Yami Gautam says there is a need for stories of more stronger women on the silver screen. Yami is excited to be a part of a real life story based on the armed forces. So much so, that it instantly inspired her to hope to bring forth stories of women who have been trailblazers and pioneers in the armed forces in India. Through this film we get to actually feel the sentiments of the family members of these soldiers who serve the country so selflessly and understand their and their families’ sorrows and pain.Which makes it no “potboiler”
“With the way content is evolving and such compelling stories coming out, there’s a great need for stories of more stronger women. Some amazingly strong powerful women characters have been seen in recent films,” Yami said in a statement.
Yami lifts the bar with her screen presence which was in equal riveting and inspiring .
She recently tweeted thanking everyone. Here’s the tweet she made:-
“Thanks so much …… as an actress and an outsider a lot of hard work goes into getting the right parts and I am glad that you all are giving it so much love”
Yami said that when she was shooting for ‘Uri’, she was very intrigued largely with the stories of personnel from the armed forces.
She said: “It truly does make me wonder if stories of women from such background is something that could make for compelling stories. We have incredible women heroes from the army, navy who have done incredible acts in their careers.
“I think these stories must be done and ‘Uri’ has really been a reason to bring forth such a thought to me.”
Also, Vicky shares his experience –Their(the army personell who witnessed the surgical strike) spirit gives so much inspiration that he just noded Yes-Sir Yes-Sir listening to them talking about their loved ones. I’m so glad ki life main I could do a film like ‘Uri…’. Also , it was great smash of the box office that surpassed the pomp and show of Kher’s “accidental Prime Mnister”