The ApunKaChoice movie review of Phhir. Vikram Bhatt seems to be in love with past lives and ghoul-soul stories. After 1920 and Haunted - 3d, he rehashes the same plot again in the movie Phhir, directed by Girish Dhamija.
The movie revolves around Kabir Malhotra (Rajneesh Duggal), a doctor by profession, who is in love with a girl named Sia (Roshni Chopra) and marries her. A promising career and an ostensibly happy marriage, Kabir has it all! But things change. One day, without any clue, Sia disappears. Kabir then comes across Disha (Adah Sharma), who is a god-gifted girl, and can see the glimpses of the past life as well as the coming future! Disha then helps Kabir in solving the mystery of his missing wife!
The movie starts off on a dreadfully slow note, when in England a baba (Saadhu) rebukes a man, Vikramaditya, for all the sins he had committed! Vikramaditya then commits suicide and is later reborn as Kabir! Phhir is literally an unrealistic movie and it is hard to believe that no one in years came across the dead body of Vikramaditya and his wife in a secluded building. Kabir finally coming and seeing the skeleton of his past self makes no sense either!
Coming to the performances given by the actors, Rajneesh Duggal, being the lead actor of the movie, fails to make much of an impression! The same is the case with Adah Sharma. Roshni Chopra is bizarre and we hope she sticks to displaying her acting skills on television only!
Though there were some interesting moments in the movie, overall Phirr was a predictable and boring flick, and director Girish Dhamija could have done a better job with the script penned by Vikram Bhatt!