Saif Ali Khan's much-awaited film "Phantom", has unveiled some of the pictures from the sets. Directed by Kabir Khan, the film also has "Bang Bang" star Katrina Kaif in the lead role opposite Saif.
In the pictures from Bollywood Life, Saif is seen involved in some amazing stunts, some of which are performed by the actor himself. In another picture, the "Cocktail" actor is seen performing an action scene using cars on the streets of Vancouver on Canada.
In another report, Kaif told DNA, "Phantom is different from whatever I have done in my entire career. You cannot really call it a thriller because Kabir (Khan) has tried to do something really different with the topic. The story has been writtern by the writer of Black Friday and his writing style brings in the real world to the fore. All I can say about Phantom is that there is definitely an angle of terrorism in the film and the writers have created an exciting element of suspense through their storytelling".
"Phantom" is suppostedly based on the 26/11 Mumbai attack and thus has a series of action sequences. Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, the film has been shot in multiple foreign locations.
Apparently, both the lead pair will be playing secret agents in the film that is scheduled to hit the theatres on 3 April 2015.
This is the second time that Saif and Kaif will be sharing the screen space. They had earlier worked in Abbas-Mustan's blockbuster "Race" (2008).
Meanwhile, Saif will be soon seen in comedy flick "Happy Ending" along with Illeana D'Cruz. The makers have recently released the trailer of the film, which also has Govinda, Kalki Koechlin and Ranvir Shorey in pivotal roles. Produced by Saif himself, the film has the "Race" actor in double role and is scheduled to release on 21 November.
On the other hand, Kaif is currently riding high with her recently released action thriller "Bang Bang" opposite Hrithik Roshan. The film has received overwhelming responses from the audience and is minting huge money at the box office.
Check out the pictures from the sets of "Phantom" HERE.