Actors Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam celebrated 70th Republic Day at the Attari-Wagah Border. The stars of Uri: The Surgical Strike entertained the audience and interacted with the BSF soldiers there. The excitement in the audience is visible in the new video posted by Vicky on social media. In the short video, the audience can be seen answering Vicky at the top their voices when the actor asks them ‘How’s The Josh’. He then shouts Jai Hind as the audience follow his voice.
Vicky took to Twitter to post the video and wrote, “Absolutely thrilled and honoured to celebrate #70thRepublicDay with our First Line of Defence- the BSF Jawaans and a crowd of 28,000 Indians at the Atari Wagah Border. “HOW’s THE JOSH?!” 🇮🇳🙏” (sic)
Even actor Varun Dhawan performed with BSF soldiers at the border and showcased a scintillating act. He posted a picture of himself forming a pyramid with the soldiers as part of his performance. Varun could be seen holding the national flag as a proud Indian citizen in the picture. He thanked choreographer Remo D’Souza for designing the act as he wrote, “An incredible honour to perform live at the Attari border today with @v.unbeatable_official_india for #3 @remodsouza thank u Jai hind #happy republic day” (sic)
Bollywood celebrities poured their wishes on social media by posting pictures and videos posing with the tricolour. In fact, actor Akshay Kumar took her family for an early morning trekking experience and all the family members were seen holding the national flag to celebrate the Republic Day. This is what he posted:
Meanwhile, Uri: The Surgical Strike has garnered a terrific response at the Box Office. The film has already been declared as 2019’s first super-hit and is on its way towards minting Rs 150 cr at the ticket window. The josh seems quite high even after 15 days of the film’s release.