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Directed by : Pavan Kirpalani

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The film revolves around an young artist Mehak (Apte) who developed severe agoraphobia– the fear of open spaces, after having been sexually assaulted in the past.


“With an intelligent yet intricate narration, Phobia is good but isn't for the faint-hearted!”

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Radhika Apte


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Phobia Review- A Story Not Mixed Well But The Last Morsel Will Leave A Good Taste

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Had some good expectations from Phobia, but it could not live upto them all. Phobia is confusing, tries to pack a lot in one film. From phobia to horror to social message, it has everything and its not mixed well. It is also slow in the first half!

But the end was very good and it brought everything to a complete circle. The psychological thriller would totally give you some goosebumps. But then you realise a lot of things could have been done away with and it could have been more compact.

Radhika Apte was the main delight of the movie who carries the entire film effortlessly on her shoulders.

There were genuine moments of horror that can stir you from your seat. You might be reminded of Pawan Kripalni's other movie Ragini MMS. But the film is not a horror movie.

Special mention: The use of the song Gandi Baat in the movie.

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