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Vicky Kaushal is on fire as he has started the New Year with a bang, his latest offering: URI has managed to set the box office ablaze by surpassing the 50 crore mark in mere 5 days. The movie is, in fact trending better than Stree, Badhai Ho and Raazi.

The film traces the story of the surgical strikes that Indian army operated in 2016 to avenge the death of 19 army men who died in an uncertain attack at URI base camp.
The film has received favourable reviews as well and people are going gaga over Vicky Kaushal but apart from this, the film has managed to grab eyeballs by their unique strategy of battling against piracy.
Piracy in India is very common, whenever someone is too lazy to go to theatre or too broke to buy a ticket, they turn to this amazing thing called TORRENTS but the makers are making sure that people go and watch their films in theatres, therefore they arrived with a hilarious way where they uploaded a pirated version of their film on torrents but hey, there is a surprise.

A user on Facebook shared his experience of what happened when he downloaded a 3.8 GB version of Uri: The Surgical Strike. He got trolled very mercilessly.
In a FB post, he shared a video of the movie that he downloaded. The scene shows Vicky and Yami sitting and discussing the mission with other members, suddenly the characters break the fourth wall and tell the viewers to watch the movie at theatres.

Here is the video that the user found:
<iframe width="100%" height="250" src="" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>

I am telling you this 'troll culture' is going places.
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- Shivam
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