Phantom

The near consecutive releases of Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Phantom aptly personify the old adage of “everything is fair in love and war”. The India Pakistan topic is one that has been discussed, dissected and deliberated on by many Indian film makers. It works because it moves a nation of a billion and some. Phantom looked like it wanted to do what Baby did but it was not nearly as gripping as the later. It starts with good pacing and then slips into a lull never giving you a chance to really connect with the protagonist. (6/10)

Phantom

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