Phone Bhoot is a horror-comedy drama scripted by Ravi Shankaran Bio coming soon... >> Read More... and Jasvinder Singh Bath and directed by Gurmmeet Singh Gurmmeet Singh is a director who predominantly wor >> Read More... . Ritesh Sidhwani Ritesh Sidhwani was born in Mumbai on January 1, 1 >> Read More... and Farhan Akhtar One of the most recognized young director of India >> Read More... bankrolled the film. KU Mohanan cranked the camera, and Manan Ashwin Mehta edited the film. Tanishk Bagchi Tanishk Bagchi is an Indian music composer and sin >> Read More... , Rochak Kohli Rochak Kohli is new personality in the world of Hi >> Read More... , Roy, and Mikey McCleary Born on January 8, 1969, Mikey McCleary (Michael M >> Read More... composed the songs and BGM. The film features , Ishaan Khattar Born on 1st November 1995 in Bombay, Ishaan Khatta >> Read More... , Siddhant Chaturvedi Siddhant Chaturvedi is an Indian film industry act >> Read More... , Jackie Shroff Intro: Jackie Shroff is a well known Bollywood act >> Read More... , Sheeba Chadha, Nidhi Bisht Nidhi Bisht is a writer, director, and actress, wh >> Read More... , Manu Rishi Chadha, Kedar Shankar Kedar Shankar is an actor who predominantly works >> Read More... , and Manuj Sharma.
Gullu and Major are aspiring Ghostbusters. Ragini is a friendly ghost who helps them get a good profession. But, there comes an issue when Ragini wants to block Atmaram, an evil person, to save her lover. Ragini drags them into the case to help her, and the youngsters have no other go than helping her. But were they able to make it? Did Ragini save them? The rest of the film deals with this.
Katrina, Ishaan, and Siddhant played naturally and impressed the audience. Their chemistry is astounding. Their expressions and body language are laudable. Jackie Shroff plays a vital role and attracts the audience with his expressions and dialogue delivery. In fact, he is the fulcrum of the film, and his comedy works effectively to make the movie more interesting.
Gurmeet’s execution is excellent. The screenplay is neat. Unlike other horror-comedy films, Phone Bhoot has a different story, gripping screenplay, and neat execution. Initially, the audience might doubt if Katrina fits well in the role. But, while watching her performance and chemistry with the boys, everyone is mind-blown. The visuals are neat, and the BGM gels well with the scenes.
What’s Not There?
Phone Bhoot is a complete horror-comedy entertainer that entertains all classes of audiences. So, for the perfect horror-comedy experience, one can trust the team and visit the theaters!