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Uniting the entire nation in one emotion of patriotism, URI: The Surgical Strike broke all records in 2019. While the film infused the 'Josh' in the country, Yami Gautam inspired many young girls with her character of an Intelligence Officer.

Yami Gautam, known for her flair for essaying diverse and strong female characters, impressed the audience and critics alike with her apt performance in the film. Rightly hailed for having an incredible command over her craft, the powerhouse performer held the viewers' attention in each frame. The star earned rave reviews from all corners and named a massive blockbuster to her credit.

As URI: The Surgical Strike clocks three years today, Yami Gautam took a stroll down the nostalgic lane and said, "I look back at URI and my character Pallavi Sharma with a lot of fondness. It is a part where the director trusted me with a very assertive character, someone who shouldered a very crucial responsibility and became a part of the most successful collaboration for a mission. I am extremely fortunate to have gotten this opportunity of being a part of an outstanding script. URI is one of the finest team works I have seen in my career."

"The love and respect it earned from the Army and the audience made it even more special. I remember for the longest time whenever and wherever we would travel, people would chant 'How's The Josh?'. It felt like the entire country had come together. It felt like a wave and a beautiful sync within the country that was celebrating the Indian Army. So, the film will always remain very close to my heart," she further added.

Meanwhile, Yami Gautam is gearing up for another power-packed year with multiple releases on the horizon. Currently, the busiest star on the block, the actress has A Thursday, Dasvi, OMG2, LOST, Dhoom Dhaam, and an untitled project in the pipeline.


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