2019 Lok Sabha Election Results
2019 Assembly Election Results
Cutting down all loose talk about making aÂ quick sequel to URI, director Aditya Dhar says he is done with URI: The surgical strike and the genre for the time being.
âA story needed to be told. Itâs the story of the exemplary courage that was shown by our soldiers on the border in 2016. Iâve told what I had to. The last thing I need from myself is to repeat the same story just because itâs successful,â says Aditya.
So, no war film but a totally different genre for Aditya Dharâs next.
Revealing some details about his next project, Aditya says, âIt will be a completely different world from the one in URI. But, still in the real space. Yes, it is again based on a true-life event and thatâs all I can tell you. And, of course, I can also tell you that my next film too will be produced by Ronnie Scewvalaâs RSVP production house. The way Ronnie, and for that matter, Vicky Kaushal stood by URI and believed in it, Iâd be foolish to change my priorities.â
There were talks of Aditya Dhar and his producers registering and copyrighting the title âHow Is The Joshâ, the catchphrase from the blockbuster war film URI.
ButÂ Aditya completely shoots down any such proprietorial moves.Â âThat phrase which has caught on in such a big way doesnât belong to me. It is used quite extensively in the army to motivate the soldiers. I only plucked it out of its habitat and replanted it in a space where it was accessible to civilians. Iâm glad everyone from the Prime Minister to gym instructors are using it. I have no intention of patenting the phrase.â