Movie Review: Creature 3D (2014)
CREATURE starts off with Ahana (Bipasha Basu), playing the owner of a palatial garden resort by the name of Glendale Hotel, which is situated right in the middle of the forest. The USP of this resort lies in the fact that it lies right in the middle of a forest and offers a beautiful experience. This, combined with Ahana’s warm and hospitable nature, forms the driving force for its customers who gather for the hotel’s grand launch.
Since the band which was to perform at the launch gets delayed, Bipasha Basu mistakes the guitar yielding Kunal (Imran Abbas) to be a band member and tells him to perform, a genuine mistake that later leads to friendship followed by love between the two. The celebrations come to a sudden standstill when the hotel staff and guests go missing one by one. The situation becomes further tensed when their amputated body parts are found by the cops.
All this causes panic and unrest amongst the hotel guests. Despite the repeated pleas and requests, the local police refuses to investigate in detail and declares it to be the work of a wild animal like a lion or a cheetah. That’s when Professor Sadana (Mukul Dev) enters and takes charge of the situation. He then explains the concept of this ‘creature’ to be that of a ‘Brahmraakshas’, a topic which he has been researching about. He also states that these creatures are a resultant of a curse by the Gods. Do Ahana and gang become successful in getting rid of the creature and what exactly is Kunal’s identity and the purpose of his visit to Glendale is what forms the rest of the story.