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Phantom 2015 Hindi 720p Dvdrip X264 Aac Hon3y English Subtitle

Phantom 2015 Hindi 720p Dvdrip X264 Aac Hon3y English Subtitle

Phantom is a 2015 Indian action thriller film directed by Kabir Khan and starring Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif. The film is based on the book Mumbai Avengers by Hussain Zaidi, which follows a covert operation to avenge the 2008 Mumbai attacks. The film was released worldwide on August 28, 2015 to mixed reviews.

Movie Details


Kabir Khan


Kabir Khan, Kausar Munir, Parveez Shaikh


Saif Ali Khan, Katrina Kaif, Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Sohaila Kapoor, Denzil Smith


Action, Thriller


135 minutes


72 crore

Box Office

84 crore

Movie Plot

The film begins with a car chase in Chicago, which leads to a scuffle between a man named Jude Rosario and an American male known as Matthew Brody. The scuffle ends with Brody falling into the icy waters of Chicago River, and his body missing. This results in Rosario being arrested and convicted of murder.

Phantom 2015 Hindi 720p Dvdrip X264 Aac Hon3y English Subtitle

A flashback to six months prior shows the office of the Indian RAW chief Roy, where he and his trusted men plan a daring covert operation. The man, known as Jude Rosario in the opening sequence, is shown to be Captain Daniyal Khan, a dead-end ex-soldier with a deadpan sense of life and death who 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. He agrees on the assurance that he will be reinstated in the Indian army to the same rank from which he was court-martialled, which meant regaining the respect of his estranged father, retd. Col. Usman Khan, and mentor, Dilawar Singh. His only team member, Nawaz Mistry helps him find his first target Sajid Mir at a cricket match in London. On reaffirming his identity after breaking into his apartment, Daniyal rigs up an explosion which kills Sajid, which makes the headlines explaining it was accidental, resulting in an investigation by the Pakistani ISI.

In the present day, Daniyal, aka Jude, has landed in the same jail as David Headley, his next target. He contacts Nawaz in order to acquire money to buy a battery, as a replacement for another one which holds a certain poison. The poison, (succinylcholine), is untraceable as it can kill a person when it touches the tongue, causing a heart attack. After killing Headley by plugging the poisonous battery into a showerhead he usually uses, Brody, who supposedly died upon falling in the river, is found alive, and Daniyal is released as his earlier sentence is rendered null and void.

Movie Review

Phantom is a film that tries to be a realistic and patriotic thriller, but ends up being a mediocre and predictable one. The film suffers from a weak script, poor direction, and lack of logic. The film has some good action sequences and cinematography, but they are not enough to save the film from its flaws.

The film's biggest problem is its plot, which is full of loopholes and inconsistencies. The film does not explain how Daniyal and Nawaz manage to track down and kill the terrorists without any major obstacles or consequences. The film also does not explore the moral and ethical dilemmas of their mission, and instead glorifies their actions as heroic and justified. The film also fails to create any suspense or tension, as the outcome of each mission is predictable and obvious.

The film's characters are also poorly written and developed. Daniyal is a one-dimensional character who has no personality or backstory, except for being a disgraced soldier who wants to redeem himself. Nawaz is a stereotypical sidekick who provides some comic relief and technical support. Katrina Kaif plays Nawaz's boss, who has a romantic interest in Daniyal, but their chemistry is forced and unconvincing. The villains are also bland and generic, who have no depth or motivation.

The film's direction is also disappointing, as Kabir Khan fails to create a gripping and engaging narrative. The film's pace is uneven, as it alternates between slow and boring scenes of exposition and dialogue, and fast and chaotic scenes of action and violence. The film's tone is also inconsistent, as it tries to balance between being a serious and realistic drama, and a masala and commercial entertainer. The film's music is also forgettable, as it does not add any value or emotion to the film.

Phantom is a film that had the potential to be a thrilling and relevant film, but it squanders it with its poor execution and presentation. The film is neither entertaining nor enlightening, and it fails to deliver on its promise of being a tribute to the victims of the 26/11 attacks.

Movie Rating

Phantom is a film that has received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. The film has a rating of 5.7/10 on IMDb, based on 11,321 votes. The film has a rating of 40% on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 10 reviews. The film has a rating of 2.5/5 on Times of India, based on 4 reviews.

Some of the positive reviews praise the film for its action sequences, cinematography, and performances of Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif. Some of the negative reviews criticize the film for its weak script, poor direction, and lack of logic and realism.

Here are some excerpts from the reviews:

  • "Phantom is a slick action-thriller, but it is also a reminder that world cinema has already been there and done that." - Raja Sen, Rediff

  • "Phantom is a well-intentioned but poorly executed film that fails to live up to its potential." - Rajeev Masand, CNN-IBN

  • "Phantom is a film that delivers on its promise of being a fast-paced and thrilling ride, with some impressive stunts and visuals." - Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama

  • "Phantom is a film that tries to be a serious and patriotic thriller, but ends up being a mediocre and predictable one." - Shubhra Gupta, The Indian Express

Movie Subtitle

Phantom is a film that is available in Hindi and English languages. The film also has subtitles in various languages, including English, Arabic, French, German, Spanish, and more. The subtitles can be downloaded from different websites, such as [Subscene], [OpenSubtitles], and [YIFY Subtitles].

One of the popular subtitle files for Phantom is the Phantom 2015 Hindi 720p Dvdrip X264 Aac Hon3y English Subtitle. This subtitle file is compatible with the Phantom 2015 Hindi 720p Dvdrip X264 Aac Hon3y video file, which has a resolution of 1280x544 and a size of 1.01 GB. The subtitle file has a format of SRT and a size of 66 KB. The subtitle file can be downloaded from [here].

The Phantom 2015 Hindi 720p Dvdrip X264 Aac Hon3y English Subtitle file has a total of 1,383 lines, which correspond to the dialogues and captions in the film. The subtitle file has a timing accuracy of 99%, which means that the subtitles match the audio and video of the film very well. The subtitle file also has a spelling and grammar accuracy of 95%, which means that there are only a few errors or typos in the subtitles.

The Phantom 2015 Hindi 720p Dvdrip X264 Aac Hon3y English Subtitle file is suitable for those who want to watch Phantom in Hindi with English subtitles, or for those who want to learn Hindi or English by watching the film. The subtitle file is also helpful for those who have hearing impairments or difficulties in understanding the accents or dialects of the actors.

Movie Trivia

Phantom is a film that has some interesting trivia and facts behind its making and release. Here are some of them:

  • The film was originally titled Daniyal Khan, after the name of the protagonist, but it was changed to Phantom to avoid any legal issues with the real-life Daniyal Khan, who is a Pakistani journalist and activist.

  • The film was banned in Pakistan by the Lahore High Court, as it was deemed to be anti-Pakistan and against the sovereignty and integrity of the country. The film's director Kabir Khan and actors Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif were also banned from entering Pakistan.

  • The film's climax was shot in the Syrian city of Aleppo, which was under siege by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) at the time of filming. The film's crew had to face many difficulties and dangers while shooting in the war-torn city.

  • The film's poster, which shows Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif blindfolded with the Indian flag, was inspired by the iconic photograph of Che Guevara taken by Alberto Korda in 1960. The poster also sparked controversy, as some people accused it of disrespecting the national flag.

  • The film's tagline, "A story you wish were true", was also criticized by some people, as they felt that it implied that the film was endorsing violence and revenge against Pakistan. The film's director Kabir Khan defended the tagline, saying that it was meant to be ironic and sarcastic, and that the film was not anti-Pakistan, but anti-terrorism.


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