Thursday, 27 August 2015

Phantom review by ANIZ FILMVALA


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Directed by Kabir KhanCast: Saif Ali Khan, Katrina Kaif, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub,Sabyasachi Chakrabarty,Rajesh Tailang &Qazi Touqeer

Kabir Khan’s Phantom is a baffled film with juxtapose mission – impossible narrative to keep you unengaged till you bask to leave the cinema hall with repulsion of a bad weekend. Thanks to the super star casting and the magnanimous filming which might be a little source of money value, otherwise the scripting is one hell of soreness to follow. As yet another movie to review the tragedy of our country’s unforgettable memory of a terrorist attack during 26/11.

Either you show a meticulous account of the brain behind the plotting of such mayhem with detailed parameters to convince the sane audience or just create a mockery out of the seriousness of such gruesome act which some masterminds create and are never bought to the books of crime. Entertainment should not be the criteria to ridicule the facts and the investigation [which are still on] and make a movie to just scheme insignificant methods of how easily a terrorist outfits can be bought down to knees with a one man army.

Wakeup man the audience of present generation is intellectual and suave and can’t be taken for a ride to fill the theaters easily for the weekends target to rock the box office.

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