Bipasha Basu exuded charm on the platform during the unveiling of her new movie – The Creature 3D. Flaunting her flawless skin, Bipasha looked glamorous and elegant as ever in her polka-dotted skirt and pink heels. Though she admits to have a fear of things that are scary and supernatural, that doesn’t seem to stop Bipasha Basu from taking up roles in horror flicks. She has been tapping into this genre for a while now and she is at it again as the lead of this movie with her counterpart, Imran Naqvi, a Pakistani actor who is going to make his debut in Bollywood through this movie. She managed to tackle questions thrown at her, with her quick wit and grace. When asked, why one should watch this movie, she replied saying that the movie belongs to a totally new genre and that the audience should definitely look forward to it, in a way, giving a boost to this new genre.
The Creature, is an upcoming monster-thriller film, starring Bipasha Basu and Imran Abbas Naqvi and directed by Vikram Bhatt, who is well-known for his horror films. This being Vikram’s fourth 3D installment, he was quizzed about his “affection” towards 3D cinema, to which he cackled and replied saying that, “After doing so many 3D films, I feel uncomfortable while filming normal movies and when I am on the set I view each and every frame of that movie in 3D perspective.”
The trailer of the movie hints at the plot, which seems to be revolving around Bipasha Basu and the Creature himself (or itself…?). All we know about the Creature is that he has been “awakened” because of human interference and that this movie could, perhaps, PERHAPS, tell us more about his fight against humans. Bipasha is the owner of a hotel, located somewhere in the outskirts of Ooty. It wasn’t clear as to why the Creature has been awakened and specifically chooses her hotel as the target and satiates his hunger for human meat. For this, you have to watch this thrilling movie, whose VFX is likely keep you at the edge-of-your-seat.
Watch the trailer to know more about the film:
By Ajinkya Prabhu and Yojet Sharma