Phantom (2015)

Phantom (2015)

GENRESAction,Drama,Thriller
LANGHindi
ACTOR
Saif Ali KhanKatrina KaifSabyasachi ChakrabartyRajesh Tailang
DIRECTOR
Kabir Khan

SYNOPSICS

Phantom (2015) is a Hindi movie. Kabir Khan has directed this movie. Saif Ali Khan,Katrina Kaif,Sabyasachi Chakrabarty,Rajesh Tailang are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Phantom (2015) is considered one of the best Action,Drama,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Phantom is a political action thriller that unfolds across various countries around the world. The plot revolves around protagonist Daniyal, whose journey to seek justice takes him from India to Europe, America and the volatile Middle East. However, he finds out that in a mission like this, there is always a price to pay, in this case, a very personal price.

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Phantom (2015) Reviews

  • Don't believe all the negative reviews

    paulsmithson-192-2438262015-09-03

    I think there is a LOT of political or patriotic voting going on for this movie. Lots of people seem to have mysteriously given in 1-star, which is insane. It is way better than that. Okay, disagree with the story line if you like, and write in your review about how you think it is anti-Pakistan if you feel that way, but don't rate a film 1-star just because you don't like the subject matter. I honestly didn't think the movie was anti-Pakistan at all. It was definitely anti- terrorist, but isn't everyone against terrorists? Surely, they are. One of those terrorists was living in London. Does that mean the movie was anti UK? Of course not. Another was in America. So was it an anti-American movie? I thought the story line was fast-paced and gripping and the acting was as every bit as good as you'd expect from a Hollywood blockbuster. Was the film pro India? Probably, but hey, the topic covered is one of the biggest atrocities to have ever happened on Indian soil so the fact that there's been a few movies covering it doesn't warrant the critical reviews or the 1-star ratings. If you are sat on the fence I'd go watch the movie and judge for yourself.

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  • Best Indian Movie- Phantom

    brarrubina-962862015-09-15

    This is for sure the best Indian movie ever, everything was Perfect, The way kabir khan present the story we wish was true is commendable, and performances of Katrina Kaif and saif ali khan surely deserves national award, katrina once again proved that she is most underrated actress of bollywood whereas she is most natural actress in bollywood, 1st half was full on action thriller, keeping you on your seats edge but when u think its like a Hollywood thriller and then 2nd half comes as surprise, the pace slows down, you get time to relax, it pours feelings in you slowly, climax will definitely bring tears in your eyes and you will feel patriotic, not a single moment when u loose interest in it, and if saif shines in 1st half, its Katrina kaif who will outshine everyone else in 2nd half, brilliant piece of performances with eye pleasing sequences, plus a total roller coaster ride.

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  • Well-made movie, though I have mixed feelings

    AishFan2015-09-03

    Tackling the easy part of the review first: looking strictly technically, this movie is very well-made. The suspense is gripping, and the thrills keep you on the edge of your seat. I felt my heart beat faster during the climax! The action scenes are awesome as is the cinematography with so many diverse locales captured so aesthetically around the world. The chaos shown in war-torn Syria is very well-depicted. Direction is also on par with some good performances. The story is very gripping. Films based on books (Mumbai Avengers) are almost always better than those copied off other films (which unfortunately seems to happen a majority of the time in Bollywood). The machinations behind murders, sequence of events surrounding each incident, and the plot in general is very clever. The final two scenes really pull at your heartstrings and are very powerful. Phantom brings many disturbing truths to the surface. Most shocking to me is the U.S.'s harboring of terrorists within its borders and using refugee camps as an excuse to supply weapons to jihadists. However, honestly, I am not surprised as the U.S. government is known to spread more violence throughout the world than any other country to profit from the business of bloodshed, and I know the American government gave birth to the Taliban during the Cold War in an effort to crush Russia. It's something that makes me ashamed of being an American. It must be apparent now that I am not an advocate of war, violence, or hatred. I am a Gandhian and fully believe in the fact that "An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind." Given that, I do not support the path of vigilante "justice" proposed in Phantom. Bloodshed only gives birth to more terrorists, even if the person dying deserves to be killed. I never supported America's "War on Terrorism" (some paradox that is) nor would I support India carrying out something of this sort. The film raises the point, "If America can do it, why can't we?" My answer to that is, "Two wrongs don't make a right." In conclusion, the movie is very well-made with a great story and plot. You do cheer for the protagonist--after all he is trying to kill the masterminds of the 26/11 attacks on Mumbai--something very painfully close to all of our hearts. How can one not want to see them die? However, putting aside the passion invoked in the heat of the action scenes, I do not support the message delivered--one that promotes hatred, violence, and revenge. We've had enough of such movies going back to the highly provocative Gadar and all the J.P. Dutta films. Through movies like Bajrangi Bhaijaan, we need to build a peaceful world for future generations.

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  • Don't listen to the low ratings

    mbh6902015-09-02

    this is a good movie. Not great , not a classic , but a nice entertaining fantasy. I am a Pakistani and I cried when I watched the 26/11 murders. Made my heart break as to how inhuman , humans can be. So this whole Pakistani / Indian thing can be ignored ...nothing to do with you and me and watching this movie. It's a decent well made movie , good time pass. And I can understand the emotions. Same emotions I felt when the school children were murdered in Pakistan , same when 9/11 happened and so on. Certainly not a movie made from a bad place but a fantasy for the relatives of all the poor innocents who died then.

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  • Phantom is better than Perfect

    brarrubina-718142015-09-15

    Well never watched such an excellent cinema from more than a decade, everything was perfect, no flaw in the movie, Katrina kaif and saif ali khan definitely best actors of India, they both deserve national awards for their performances, its a perfect roller coaster ride, 1st half it was action packed thriller, and second half makes you all emotional and patriotic, climax superb, best vfx, best acting, best direction, and everything perfect, all awards to Phantom this year, and especially to Katrina kaif, she is best actress of India, unnecessarily criticized by some dumb haters, she outshine everyone else with her performance, be it an emotional scene, action sequence, romantic angle, or even a comic relief in 1 scene, she is par brilliance.

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