Phhir (2011)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Thriller, Romance
Critics Score
Total Reviews: 13
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Review Summary: On the whole PHHIR has some exciting moments but a weak finale lets it down completely.

Average Critic Rating: (2.27)
Cast: Rajniesh Duggall , Adah Sharma , Roshni Chopra , Parag Tyagi , Mohan Agashe , Natasha Sinha , Monica , Gurpreet Singh
Director: Girish Dhamija
Release Date: 12 Aug 2011

Plot: The film opens with a person (presumed to be the protagonist) who goes to a guru in Manchester, who tells him that he has to pay for his crimes in this life and the next one too. That person then goes to the cellar of a Mansion called Dia Mansion, Read more

Phhir - Top Reviews

On the whole PHHIR has some exciting moments but a weak finale lets it down completely.
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
The story’s set in Newcastle, England. For no reason, the film self-importantly keeps displaying the day, hour, minute and even ticking seconds.
Sonia Chopra, SIFY
Rajneesh Duggal's wife Roshni Chopra goes missing one evening while waiting for him in a restaurant. It isn't long before he discovers she has been kidnapped for a hefty ransom.
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India

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Phhir - All Reviews

The man behind the screen holding in hands a good plot  fails  making the climax in a good way. I feel  like wine in a old bottle...
Sulekha Reviewer, Sulekha
On the whole, the movie could be missed without any loss
K N Gupta, Smash Hits
Leave your brains home, and watch this film.
Melissa Nazareth, Rediff 
Phhir is one film that you cannot think about watching again.
Mansha Rastogi, Now Running
You could skip it!
Komal Nahta, Koi Moi
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Girish Dhamija  Raghav Sachar, Sharib and Toshi  Sagar, Kumaar and Aditya Dhar  Rajneesh Duggal, Adah Sharma, Roshni Chopra, Parag Tyagi and Mohan AgashePhhir Movie Review August 12, 2011 04:00:01 PM ISTBy Anaam, Glam
Anaam, Glam Sham
Many filmmakers have tried their best with the theme of past-life regression in their own ways and in most of the horror or thriller kind of genre movies, we might have seen 'n' number of times. Similarly director Girish Dhamija debuts his direction in th
Aakash Barvalia, Movie Zadda
The biggest issue with 'Phhir' lies in the fact that it hardly thrills. Now that's pretty much a sacrilege for a film which was basically designed to belong to the thriller genre. That it is not a horror/supernatural affair is something that is revealed at the very beginning. Audience are told there and then that it is going to be 'do janmon ki kahaan'. So far so interesting since the talks of 'karm', 'pashchataap' and 'mukti' are some of the key words that do ignite good interest as well. However once it all ties up in the end, it only makes one a lot disinterested in all that had transpired so far.
India Glitz
 Good start, poor ending
Bharat Student