Release Date: 12th September 2014
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Fantasy
Star Cast: Bipasha Basu, Imran Abbas Naqvi & Mukul Dev
Director: Vikram Bhatt
Runtime: 2 hours 15 minutes
Creature 3D is a story of a aspiring girl, Ahana Dutt (Bipasha Basu) who ventures into a resort located in the midst of a lush green forest in Himachal Pradesh. Ahana falls in love with one of her guest, Kunal Anand (Imran Abbas Naqvi) who plays guitar. Soon the guests of the resorts are attacked by a half-men, half-animal creature, which is a Brahmarakshas, cursed by Lord Brahma. Now, Ahana fights with this creature to save her resort with the help of Kunal and Professor Sadana (Mukul Dev), who is considered to have some solution to confront the Creature.
Bipasha Basu tries to hold the movie with her talent, but looks pretty average. Pakistani actor cum model, Imran Abbas Naqvi’s debut in Bollywood is forgettable and fails to impress even a bit. The second Pakistani actor to loose the plot in Bollywood movies after Humaima Malick in Raja Natwatlal. Mukul Dev is one the good actors in Bollywood fraternity, doesn’t get much to do, his effort too turns out to be ineffective.
Creature 3D’s plot is very predictable and the script lets it further down. Many nitty-gritty are missed and creature character is not well-defined. Even the Chemistry between Bipasha and Imran is not impressive. 3D effects and VFX are also very average. In the entire movie, few songs are melodicious, which is a must-needed relief for viewers. The only noticeable thing in Creature-3D movie is Vikram Bhatt’s effort to make Bollywood’s first horror creature film.
The Bottom Line: Creature 3D lacks novelty and research on storyline. Instead of horror, it turns out to be a laughter ride and a plethora of confusion. A movie fine to be missed and forgotten.