Forensic Physics is a branch of forensic science deals with examinations and comparisons of various physical evidences based on their physical attributes that is density, refractive index, resistivity, temperature, luminescence, elasticity and composition. The physical evidences that are examined are paint, cement, glass, soil, fibres, metallic pieces, threads, ropes, knots, obliterated marks, tool marks, shoes marks, Tyre marks and skid marks etc. in different cases like hit and run, burglary, arson, theft and murder etc. Reconstruction of crime scene is a vital application of forensic physics in forensic science .Crime scene investigators can use forensic physics, however, to understand exactly how a crime took place as the cases are belongs to accidents, suicide or homicide, fall of a body from height, projectile motion of a firearm, glass penetration of speedy stone, bullet or tool case be analysed using forensic physics. The Forensic scientists examine thoroughly the physical evidence collected from the crime scenes to help to establish the nature of a crime with the criminal.