Phantom: Saif Ali Khan's quest to kill Mumbai attack mastermind 'Hariz' Saeed

The film will be released on August 28

Entertainment Desk July 25, 2015
Phantom has been shot in Beirut, Turkey, Canada, Mumbai, Kashmir. PHOTO: DESIMARTINI

After setting the box office on fire with his last release Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Kabir Khan is finally out with the dramatic trailer of his much-delayed film Phantom, reported.

The film is about Saif's quest to find and kill Hariz Saeed, a character based on Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed who India considers to be the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai attack.

Bruised, unkempt hair and blindfolded. That's what Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif looked like in the posters of the film shared by the director. 

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Kabir took to Twitter to share the first look of both the actors:

Since the first pictures from the film sets went viral in 2013, Phantom has created a frenzy among fans. The delay in the release of the film has kept the movie in headlines for past two years.

After Race 2, this is the second time that Katrina and Saif will share screen space. Phantom is a action-thriller in which Saif is playing a spy while Katrina will essay the role of a photo journalist.

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The film has been shot in Beirut, Turkey, Canada, Mumbai, Kashmir and Punjab.

Here's the trailer:

Fans too shared their reaction on Twitter. Some were happy, others not so much:

The film will hit the screens on August 28.


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