|Go BACK ←|
Here is Phantom Movie Review Movie Mp3 Songs
Mp3 Size ► 18432 Kilobytes
|StarCast - Saif Ali Khan , Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub ,Katrina Kaif , Sabyasachi Chakrabarty , Mir Sarwar , Rajesh Tailang and Qazi Touqeer|
Movie Genre - Action Thriller
COMPLETE MOVIE REVIEW / WIKI
Katrina Kaif is as pretty as ever, but that clearly is the last thing that she is supposed to be in this film.
The better actors in the cast - Sabyasachi Chakrabarty, Rajesh Tailang and Mohammad Zeeshan Ayyub - are no more than mere passengers on this jerky ride.
Her character, the daughter of a Parsi insurance agent, nurses a deep sense of hurt. She remembers spending her girlhood years having tea with chocolate pastries at the Taj Mahal Hotel cafe.
It is only the glycerine under her eyes in a scene in the second half that suggests how aggrieved she is at what the terrorists did to the Taj. Her face reveals nothing at all.
Phantom is a film that knows where it is going, but has no clue how to get there.
Fact, fiction and fantasy are mixed in slapdash style in Phantom. Some parts of the explosive drama that co-writer and director Kabir Khan creates are gripping, but the rest of the action is either poorly paced or painfully perfunctory.
Obviously, the men that Daniyal targets - they have names such as Sajid Mir, Sabahuddin Umvi and Haaris Saeed - arent easy pickings, but he has gutsy accomplices in and around Mohalla Johar, Lahore.
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.
Although the film asserts that its characters are all imaginary, the principal antagonists are all modelled on the most wanted terror masterminds that are a thorn in Indias flesh.
Phantom begins with a car chase in Chicago, which ends with a man plunging into the icy waters of a river.
The protagonist (Saif Ali Khan) is convicted for murder and jailed. Cut to the office of the RAW chief (Sabyasachi Chakrabarty), where he and his trusted men (Rajesh Tailang, Mohammad Zeeshan Ayyub, etc) plan a daring covert operation.
Daniyal Khan, a dead-end ex-soldier with a completely deadened sense of life and death is pulled out of oblivion and pressed into service by the spy agency to wreak vengeance on the men who planned the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.
The RAW chief who orders the killings does not have the permission of the home minister and hence he has to keep everything under wraps. The reclusive Daniyal fits his plan like a glove.
Actually that is precisely what Phantom is like as the whole - its flashy firepower seems like a lot of wasted ammunition.
A mechanical spy thriller that only occasionally backs up all the noise it makes with genuinely electrifying moments, it, however, pulls no punches in calling a spade a spade.
This wishful construct, derived from S Hussain Zaidis book Mumbai Avengers, is pretty flat and predictable, especially in the first half as the angry male protagonist, sacked from the army on charges of desertion, grabs the opportunity to redeem himself.
Imagine a sequence in which two Indian secret agents are in the Syrian armys line of fire in rebel-controlled Qudssaya, with a Pakistani operative tracking them.
It is only when the Indian agent infiltrates Pakistan with the help of a former RAW operative, Nawaz Mistry (Katrina Kaif), that Phantom springs to some degree of life.
But that is only one little corner of the world. Daniyal, Nawaz in tow, traverses virtually the entire globe - Chicago, London, Amman, Beirut and Lahore - to pull off his mission impossible.
Film Director - Kabir Khan
|Just find the download link and click on it to start download "Phantom Movie Review"|
|Posted Under Category ► Bollywood Movie Information|