Creature 3D

Creature 3D

3.3 1,920 Ratings

Directed by : Vikram Bhatt

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  • Critics Rating 1.8/5
  • MJ Rating 1.8/5
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plot

In the midst of the hilly terrains of Summer Hill, a young and enterprising girl Ahana launches her new, warm and cosy boutique hotel called ‘Glendale Forest Lodge’ where she meets Kunal; a famous author who is one of the first guests at the hotel. All goes well at Glendale till one day, Summer Hill gets attacked by ‘somethin...more

Verdict

“Bhatt camp + horror films + Bipasha Basu used to be a match made in heaven. Then Creature 3D happened. Skip it. ”

Creature 3D Credit & Casting

Bipasha Basu

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Creature 3D Box Office

  • Gross: INR 14.51 cr.
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Creature 3D Audience Review

Avoid at any cost

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As a fan of horror genre, I have always been curious to watch different kinds of spine-chilling and spooky films. After watching Creature, I was not scared at all and was disappointed as well.

After opening a forest resort in the middle of dense jungle, Ahana( played by Bipasha Basu) is threatened with life-death situation by brahm-rakshash who creates a havoc among the tourist.

From the director of horror films like 1920 and Raaz series, Vikram Bhatt disappoints once again with his lame and over-melodramatic drama. The movie does have a new concept introduced in Indian Cinema but with dose of typical Bollywood narration and unnecessary inclusion of songs will leave you unsatisfied. On the positive side , visual effects are fine with good 1st half. But they are few moments to keep you engaged. when you will watch the film, you will be flabbergasted to watch that the film had no spooky moments enough to scare the hell out of you. In fact, the movie will remind you early 80's Ramsay' classics like Purana Mandir and Veerna which had C-grade actors , blazing lights, big-old broken house. Only silver lining is the storyline and commendable performance by Bipasha Basu.

Overall, a bad film in every context. Avoid at any cost. Below average 1.5 /5