India's first 3D Monster science fiction movie, the Vikram Bhatt has tried to scare the audience.
September 12 (Friday) released the movie "Creature 3D ', which is directed by Vikram Bhatt. In 2002 by Vikram Bhatt directed films the 'secret' in 2002 and 1920 in 2008 like plenty scared audience. On this time on his mind came the idea to make 3D Monster and scare the audience through to this film. But the actually by watching this movie not scarred yes, there are you will laugh somewhere.
  •     Genre:            Horror, Fantasy
  •     Cast:               Bipasha Basu, Imran Abbas and Mukul Dev
  •     Director:        Vikram Bhatt
Film review: 'Creature 3D' fails to create the right dent
The big fat wicked monster in Creature 3D does have good taste. He attacks our very lovely Bipasha Basu. Nudging us into a rude awakening to a time when monsters, ghouls and other evil forces in Hindi horror films chased the likes of Huma Khan and Asha Sachdev.

Yup, a raga of refinement runs in the new-age terror flicks specially those directed by Vikram Bhatt. He sure knows his monster primer. More than the fear component, which is ample here, what I appreciated in Creature 3D was its honest intentions.

Bipasha plays a holiday-resort owner in a scenic sanctuary whose clients have more to complain about than room service. The monster is a menace that won't be shooed away. She knows she is up against an adversary who can knock the socks off King Kong. Well, in theory at least.

Blame it on the 'Puranas'. But the monster that attacks the very attractive Bipasha on Bhatt's new scare-fest is inspired by our mythology, which says evil is inevitable in a world that craves for perfection. And perfection, as we all know is not a tenable target in our life or in our cinema.

Creature 3D moves confidently enough through its expected motions of fear and horror. The love breaks are annoyingly intrusive. Pakistani star Imran Abbas is as decorative to the goings-on as the leading ladies used to be in Amitabh Bachchan's action era in the 1980s.

Though Bipasha succeeds in making him look comfortable in their love scenes together, the script I am afraid, doesn't share the same comfort level with Imran's character.

Bipasha shoulders the film's heroic requirements with ample aplomb. She gets terrific support from the cinematography by veteran Pravin Bhatt, which makes her look vital, vulnerable and yet in control of the crisis.

The peripheral characters needed to be better fleshed out though. The talented Mukul Dev could have done a lot more for the plot.

The scenes featuring the monster on the rampage are scary. The sound design and the 3D effects complement the storytelling to the extent that there is no contradiction between the film's intentions and the audiences' expectations. This is the third time around for the supernatural combo of Vikram Bhatt and Bipasha.

Creature 3D is scarier than Raaz and Raaz 3. If you like your scares to be anything but scarce this is just what the doctor ordered; unless you're weak-hearted.
What's the story and Movie review: Screenplay is the real monster in Creature 3D?

The story begins of a village nestled at the hill station of Himachal Pradesh. The Ahana Datta (Bipasha Basu) open a hotel by taking a bank loan. The second day of the opening of the hotel there is a honeymoon couple, which leads to the death of the boy and the girl is alive. Are told that he had died of a strange animal attack. After the incident, the hotel Ahana seems to be slander. Ahana Meanwhile the boyfriend Kunal (Imran Abbas Nkbi) comes there with some friends and they should get a leopard kill and Anouns Gests kill animals that have been killed, but still the hotel series of deaths continues. This suggests that the Gests kill any animal, but Brahmarak┼×hasa 10 feet tall. On the one hand, and on the other side of the hotel slander that they put pressure on Bank Ahana also to his name, because he is not running in the middle of slander could not repay the loan. Ahana Bankers have asked for 10 days and is looking at ways to kill Brahmarakshass. A professor advises them that the bullets washing People ash leaves Brahmarakshass kill if he would die, but the measure fails. The sarpanch of the village shows that 70-80 years ago, a man was killed Brahmarakshass. Now he is not alive, but his son. The measure also knows he'll probably kill Brahmarakshass. After Sarpanch thing, meet the man reaches Ahana. He explains that such weapons to kill Brahmarakshass should be soaked in the Pushkar lake and the Brahma temple Ahana then he gives a gun, there are seven bullets. Finally Ahana and Kunal are all but dead and the last shot gun Brahmarakshass also goes awry.


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