3.4 206 Ratings

Directed by : Girish Dhamija

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Kabir Malhotra, a doctor with a good upbringing and a mind of his own marries Sia. A budding career and a seemingly happy marriage - what more could a man ask for? One day Sia disappears without a word. Disha helps Rajneesh with clues that take him closer to unravel the mystery of his missing wife. But as they dig more and mo...more


“A low budget star-less flick with a pathetic background score and mediocre performances! Avoid watching in theatres.”

Phhir Box Office

  • Gross: INR 2.53 cr.
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Poor Attempt

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Phhir Directed by Girish Dhamija, is a story of a doctor (Kabeer) whose wife goes missing one day without any intimation. Later Kabeer seeks help of Disha, who does touch therapy and unravels the mystery. Phhir having a rotten plot written by Vikram Bhatt will not get much appreciation and makes this one a mere style with no substance kind of movie.

Disha's character of touch therapist becomes too agitating after sometime as even the cops of UK become totally dependent on her weird power is something not understandable. Movie gets boring after a point and falls flat due to dragged second half. Neither dialogues nor Music leaves a mark and can easily be forgotten. Few elements that are noteworthy are Cinematography, screenplay, editing and performances.

Each character kept their best foot forward though movie did not have much scope. Praveen Bhatt's Cinematography is beautiful with fine camerawork, which worked in favour of film's suspensory element. After interval movie could have been quicker as the story of past Karmas looked stretched and dull. Movie is only engaging in parts with zero WOW moments and will not be remembered for long.

Footer: This one can surely be a miss.