Ronnie Screewvala with his production house RSVP had a decent start in 2019 with his film Uri- The Surgical Strike. The film in five days has earned 55.24 Crores. Thanks to the content-rich film and stellar performances, the film has been winning hearts all across the country. After Kedarnath, Ronnie had a decent grosser in B Town. The main leads of the film Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam along with the Uri director Aditya Dhar were in Delhi recently to take part in the annual day parade of the Indian Army. Also, Ronnie Screwvala the owner of RSVP who produced the film was there, and to his good gesture, he donated 1 Cr in the Welfare Fund of Indian Army for the welfare of the Army widows.
As we know every year, the Indian Army loses many of its soldiers in Terrorist attack at the LOC and other areas. The families losing their men remain at the receiving end, and not much is done by the Indian Government and other similar agencies. At this juncture, the Indian Army welfare fund meant to help the families surviving of the late soldiers. This fund depends upon charity like this and the makers of the film had shown their good gesture in donating the one crore amount for the funds. The film has helped to boost up the patriotism feeling among the countrymen and made the country proud in showcasing the story behind the Uri attacks.
Ever since the film was released last Friday, the makers have been getting a message on a daily basis, and it has made a good impression of the Indian Army. The makers have called this to be a small tribute to the Indian Army. The audience catching up the film all across the country was seen yelling Jai Hind and Jai Jawan. The film was able to showcase the fierce action scenes at a moderate budget. Without high star cast, the film was able to do a decent business apart from getting the positive reviews by most of the critics and even audience. This has helped the film to do better at the box office. The film also had Paresh Rawan, Mohit Raina and Kirti Kulhari in the supporting role.