Uri: The Surgical Strike or The Accidental Prime Ministers: What is your take?

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Are you ready for a power packed weekend? Well, Bollywood is bringing you political drama in a different form. Whereas Uri: The surgical strike is based on the real-life incident, The Accidental Prime Minister is the political drama that draws inspiration from the political scenario that made Manmohan Singh the Prime Minister of the nation. Both these films come from different genres but in some way brings forth the real situation in our nation. Another commonality between both these films is that they are based on real-life stories and have become a matter of controversy.

Uri: The Surgical Strike – is the story of the real surgical strike that took place in 2016 in Kashmir. The film has Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam in the lead role. Whereas Vicky will be seen essaying the role of an army man who seeks vengeance from the militants who killed the unarmed army men. Yami Gautam is seen as an IB Officer. The film has already garnered a lot of attention is the first release of Bollywood in 2019.

The Accidental Prime Minister– This multi-starrer film has veteran actors like Anupam Kher and Akshay Khanna. The film plunged in the pool of controversy because of its dialogue and the reason that some people are saying that it is releasing to influence the voters.  The Accidental Prime Minister showcases the life of Manmohan Singh while he was the PM of the nation. It is directed by Vijay Ratnakar Gutte and is based on the book, “The Accidental Prime Minister” written by Sanjaya Baru who was the personal advisor of Manmohan Singh.

Well, both these films look promising at the moment, on one side you will see action on the filed, while the other film has the political action. What will be your call?