Truth be told, the movie Phantom is as realistic as it looks to be on the posters and trailers. Director Kabir Khan left nothing to graphics and duplications and used real life militants and 400 kgs of explosives to give audiences a realistic thrill in the action packed movie.
The storyline revolves around an undercover agent who is tasked upon a mission to kill the most dreaded and wanted terrorists who plotted the 26/11 terror attacks. The movie is packed with action sequences and all guns blazing.
The makers of the movie wanted the storyline to look as realistic as possible and ended up casting real life militants, 400 kgs of explosives to make the audience feel as real as possible. The high intense action scenes are directed by experts in modern warfare.
The movie stars Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif and is directed by Kabir Khan. Barely two months have passed after Kabir's highly successful film starring Salman Khan Bajrangi Bhaijaan, and the director is on a roll.
The movies action scenes not only looked real, they also sounded so real that the residents in the vicinity were shocked by the loud blast sounds by the real explosives. The residents were so fearful that they informed the local security agencies.
However, Phantom makers had obtained all the necessary permissions to shoot and use the explosives and kept their crew and the surrounding vicinity safe.
Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Phantom is all set to release on 28th August with a big bang.