Surgical Strike being penned as a book and Movie. Is it needed?We just had a thread about the bold and fearless action of our proud Indian Army. In my reply, I mentioned, "hope politics and politicians do not interfere with their(Army) functioning".
Ironically, I just read the news that the Surgical strike is being made into a movie and a book. "In Securing India the Modi Way: Pathankot, Surgical strikes and More" a book by NA Gokhale, is being released tomorrow in New Delhi.
A movie titled "Üri" is also being made. With utmost respect to these events and the Army personnel who risked their lives for the sake of the country, I personally don't think they would want publicity like this.
Does bringing out a book or a movie is just a noble gesture alone or it's for financial gains. Will the Indian Army want such publicity? Would welcome views from members who know more about our Indian Army.