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Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif starring movie Phantom earn a huge amount of Rs.21 crore in 2 days.This movie is based on S Hussain Zaidi’s book “Mumbai Avengers” which is linked to 26/11 attacks. In this movie Saif Ali Khan played role of Daniyal Khan who pledge to get inside Hariz Saeed’s house to kill him on the spot and take revenge of Mumbai terrorist attack. So he went to Pakistan to kill him and take the revenge.

Movie is directed by Kabir Khan under the production of Sajid Nadiadwala and Siddharth Roy Kapur. The soundtrack of the film is composed by Pritam, Komail Shayan (KK) while lyrics are by Amitabh Bhattacharya and Kausar Munir.Phantom released in 2500 screens in India.

Phantom Movie Review from The Top Webs

The Indian Express
“Not only is the telling of Phantom tepid, the story itself seems to have been cobbled together from the adventures of Messrs Bond and Bourne and and several other worthies on the same much-trodden beat.”
Hindustan Times
“For all the high-pitched drama that you would expect from a story as charged, Phantom simply lacks the thrill. Not that the script does not try. In fact, it tries a little too hard to build the tempo around events at several points in the film.”
“Imagine a sequence in which two Indian secret agents are in the Syrian army’s line of fire in rebel-controlled Qudssaya, with a Pakistani operative tracking them. The duo fights back, but Phantom is unable even in this perilous situation in a conflict zone to generate the expected edge-of-the-seat tension. It feels like just another routine action scene.”
The Hindu
“The problem lies with the writing and the lead players. Perhaps, Kabir thought of the film when a surgical strike in Pakistan was a pipe dream even in Bollywood. After Agent Vinod, D Day and Baby, we know the format. Take the audience to global hot spots of terror, eliminate some sidekicks and in the second half land in Pakistan, try to draw a line between religion and terror and then pump in the bullets. Of course the hero or his boss has to be a Muslim to balance the equations. Perhaps India’s RAW chief in the film (Sabyasachi Chakrabarty) is not aware of all this format. So when one of his boys (Zeishan Ayyub) suggests this tried and trusted formula he looks unnecessarily surprised.”

Phantom Movie’s Star Cast



Other Details of The Movie

DirectorKabir Khan
ProducerSajid Nadiadwala
Siddharth Roy Kapur
Distributed byUTV Motion Pictures
Production companyNadiadwala Grandson Entertainment

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