Creature 3D (2014) Hindi Movie Review | 21 Critic Reviews | Bipasha Basu


Bipasha Basu, Imran Abbas Naqvi, Mukul Dev, Deepraj Rana


Creature (2014) PosterVikram Bhatt


Vikram Bhatt


Vikram Bhatt, Sukhmani Sadana


Girish Dhamija


Praveen Bhatt



produced by:

Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar



weird aggregate rating Creature 3D 3.6/10genre:


release date:

run time:
134 minutes


Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Bollywood Hungama -Taran Adarsh Rating-8
Post a series of horror films in the past (1920, SHAAPIT, HAUNTED, RAAZ), Vikram Bhatt has tried his hand in a completely new genre of monster films with CREATURE. As the title suggests, this time, fear not just has a new face but also is more fearsome as the film is in 3D.

  •  Hindustan Times -Rohit Vats Rating-3
The forests of Himachal Pradesh are not only about their scenic beauty as they are also supposed to take you back to your roots. And, I am not talking about any ordinary roots here. But, before dissecting a movie, which delivers what it promised in the promos, with our logical lenses,

  •  Times of India -Meena Iyer Rating-6
The plot revolves around folklore that there are Brahmarakshas—some kind of creatures who are suffering from the curse of Lord Brahma. These half-men, half-animal creatures, according to the film's story, still exist in Indian jungles because they cannot find salvation.

  •  India Today -Saurabh Dwivedi Rating-1
After watching Creature 3D you will not remain a homo sapiens but will change into a new creature. Let's understand through a story why this will happen. A woman named Ahana, trying her best to look like a girl, has come to Himachal from Mumbai. She has opened a boutique hotel.

  •  Mumbai Mirror -Rahul Desai Rating-3
With the exception of the ambitious Dangerous Ishq (2012), Vikram Bhatt has, for years now, made the same film over and over again. I'm pretty sure he shot the Raaz series and Haunted 3D on the same Ooty set at one go, lost the footage post-Raaz, reclaimed it and edited it into

  •  Daily Bhaskar Rating-2
For once, while watching Bipasha Basu’s Creature 3D, we loudly laughed at what Vikram Bhatt would have thought would be an extremely horror moment. In the scene, a 10-feet long (as defined in the film), green-coloured lizard-like creature was running on a road like a wild animal

  •  Bollywood Life -Prateek Sur Rating-7
Bipasha Basu‘s upcoming horror flick Creature 3D, directed by Vikram Bhatt, did not give a lot of hopes with its trailer, but the music surprisingly seems quite likeable. Vikram Bhatt is known for having a good ear for music. The compositions and vocals also boast of very big names

  •  Koimoi -Mohar Basu Rating-2
I wish I had some knowledge of the Brahmrakshas and their evolution but I am certain that the Vikram Bhatt version isn’t true. Somehow I couldn’t bring myself to believe that ​​​priests who couldn’t control their greed turned into monsters! The sequences never adds up to the right number

  •  Indian Express -Shubhra Gupta Rating-3
The 3D in the title is positioned such that it draws your eye immediately, and you know why as soon as the film begins. The Creature, a scaly, long-tailed lizard-type with a semi-human face and green eyes and a loud growl, swishes its tail in your face, just where your 3D dark glasses end

  •  ABP News -Mayank Shekhar Rating-3
This film is advertised as India’s first ‘creature film’, as if pictures like Jaani Dushman and other ‘nagin’ stuff were about real snakes. But the filmmakers are sort of correct in their claim. The creature in this movie is something we haven’t seen in a Hindi movie before: Half Hulk, the other half dinosaur,

  •  DNA -Tushar Joshi Rating-4
We have seen the posters and the promos, so we know what to expect from Creature 3D. Bollywood's first indigenous creature flick, the film uses director Vikram Bhatt's favorite elements - a hotel/palace in the woods, legendary folklore about supernatural phenomenon, romantic songs,

  •  India Today -Rohit Khilnani Rating-3
Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt seems to be following what the popular Ramsay Brothers did in the 80s. Of course now, he has the help of computer generated special effects, which he uses to create weird creatures. The big creature in the movie Creature 3D is a lizard man who is actually

  •  Book My Show -Navin Noronha Rating-5
As far as monster-thriller flicks go, Creature (3D) sticks to the basic formula to engage the viewer. It starts off on a promising note, and it feels like writer-director Vikram Bhatt has a story to tell. The ‘Creature’ is introduced in the opening scene itself to let the panic set in early.

  •  CNN IBN -Rajeev Masand Rating-4
Steven Spielberg famously explained that his decision to reveal as little of the shark as he possibly could, until one was two-thirds into Jaws, helped escalate the audience's tension. After all, what really scares you is the stuff you can't see. Director Vikram Bhatt, however, is clearly no

  •  Deccan Chronicle -Suparna Sharma Rating-4
The unique distinction that this film had was that it was the only film that Mahatma Gandhi saw in his entire lifetime and, 70 years later I, Vikram Bhatt his grandson, am the only filmmaker to have the distinction of making a film that has its main villain entirely generated by

  •  Mid Day -Shubha Shetty Saha Rating-2
This film keeps you engaged alright. During its two-hour plus period, it makes you snigger, snort, laugh out loud at the unintentional humour and makes you gasp with disbelief at the absurdity of it all. The title role is played by a green-eyed monster with a lizard like figure and it

  •  Now Running -Noyon Jyoti Parasara Rating-2
Funny times these. People make films to scare you, and invariably end up making you laugh and yawn in periods. Creature 3D is amazingly amateurish for a seasoned filmmaker like Vikram Bhatt. During one of my conversions with a group of journalists, some sneered when

  • -Lokesh Dharmani Rating-2
Just like his ghastly figures, Vikram Bhatt sneaks up on us once in a while in an attempt to scare the living daylights out of us and ends up making us laugh uncontrollably and, hell, unintentionally. In the process, he also gives employment to actors lost in deep recesses of our mind;

  •  Hindustan Times -Anupama Chopra Rating-3
What is a brahmarakshas? According to Vikram Bhatt’s Creature 3D, it’s a cross between a lizard and a dinosaur, with a splash of Davy Jones from Pirates of the Caribbean thrown in. How did this creature come to be? There is a long-winded backstory that involves greed, a curse,

  •  Indiaglitz -Vishal Verma Rating-5
What an irony.. a decently created VFX monster gets defeated not by the sexy dusky bong phataka Bipasha Basu but by his own creator (the writers). ‘Creature 3D’ from Vikram Bhatt’s reliable horror factory backed by T-series is ‘hatke’ in ‘spirits’ and is innovative to have a VFX monster

  •  Moviez Adda -Divya Solgama Rating-4
Dum? Well, there is no second opinion that 'Creature' is a good film as per the technical level, but fails to honour its genre. The weak screenplay and half baked script ruins the hard work associated with this film and lacks the intensity. The adults might not get attracted

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Ratings Breakdown-

Rating scale - Out of 10
Weird Aggregate Rating(WAR) - 3.6/10 (21 reviews)
Male critics - 3.7 (15)
Female critics - 3.3 (6)
Highest Rating - 8.0 (1)
Least Rating - 1.0 (1)
Most Given Rating - 3.0 (6)

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3.6/10 rating from
Reviews: 21.