Starring: Rajneesh Duggal, Adah Sharma, Roshni
Chopra, Parag Tyagi and Mohan Agashe
Director: Girish Dhamija
You reap what you sow. A
simple description of the plot of Phhir which is about
Pravin Bhatt, the cinematographer has shot the beautiful
locations of New Castle in the United Kingdom and it
enhances the creepy effect in this suspense thriller.
Lead pair of the bollywood film ‘1920’, Adah Sharma and
Rajneesh Duggal are again paired together in this movie.
The third character of that of television actress Roshni
Chopra, who makes her big screen debut with this film.
As they go
deeper in their effort to search for Sia, it is
discovered that she has been kidnapped for a ransom, and
the matters get murkier.
More so, as Disha uses her psychic powers and sees
complicated things. The chase begins, Kabir with Disha’s
help, and the police tracing out the kidnappers.
As the plot thickens, it leads to starling and shocking
discoveries and also unravels the mysteries of the past.
At certain moments, the director succeeds in giving it
the look and feel of a Hollywood thriller.
Credits & Crew:
Banner - ASA Production and Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.,
Reliance Entertainment, BVG Films
Producers - Surendra Sharma, Amita Bishnoi, Bhagwanti
Director - Girish Dhamija
Executive Producer - Manmohan D Singh
Story by Vikram Bhatt
Screenplay - Vikram Bhatt
Dialogue Writer - Girish Dhamija
Lyricist – Sagar, Kumaar, Aditya Dhar
Music Director - Toshi Sabri, Sharib Sabri, Raghav
Background Music - Raju Rao
Cinematography - Praveen Bhatt
Choreography - Raju Khan, Mehul Gadani
Action Director - Abbas Ali Moghul
Editor - Manish More
The handsome Kabir Malhotra (Rajneesh Duggal) is a
physician by profession. He falls in love with Sia (Roshni
Chopra) and marries her. A happy marriage and a budding
career is here to last not for long.
Sia goes missing one day and thus begins a dreadful
experience for Kabit. In his search of wife, he meets
Disha (Adah Sharma), who can see the past and the future
by touching and looking at objects and people. She gives
him clues which take him closer to the mystery of his
One has to pay for bad
'karma', if not in this life, certainly in the next one
and the way to salvation is being good.
Phirr stands out from other bollywood suspense thrillers
in the film's production design, direction and for its
excellent performances from the trio – Rajnish, Adah and
Roshni. This film has one of the best cinematography for a
Phhir is and engrossing thriller which begins and
progresses so rapidly that you would not want to take off
your eyes off the screen from even a moment. Except that
towards the end, it has a predictable suspense which the
bollywood directors have still hung on to.
Kabir Malhotra - Rajneesh Duggall
Disha - Adah Sharma
Sia - Roshni Chopra
Asif Shaikh - Parag Tyagi