Creature 3D to release on September 12
Vikram Bhatt’s Creature; Our very own Sci-Fi Character that is completely Indian. a completely CGI (Computer Generated Imagery) character that has been created without any International help is almost out there, set to enthrall audiences on September 12.
It has been years since we have been applauding Hollywood for making Gollum from scratch in The Lord of the Rings or were thrilled when Jurassic Park showed us dinosaurs but it is only now with the mythological Creature that Vikram Bhatt has conjured that we have something to brag about.
Creature is not a fictional character but based on India’s history. It’s inspired by Brahmarakshas who were a regular feature in old Indian stories like Vikram and Vetala, Panchatantra and other old wives tales, as per Hindu mythology. Kudos to the team of Creature because unlike most others who have attempted to have CGI characters in their films, The makers of Creature have not restricted the minutes of screen time that features this imaginary being.
“Our Creature is as much a part of the film as the hero and the heroine, it has the same amount of screen time, he has as much footage, not some 10-15 mins towards the end,” said Bhatt, “All I know is that we have a great sense of responsibility of what we have brought into the hindi film industry. If this works we would have opened a whole new avenue for other filmmakers here!”
Bhushan Kumar who has received positive feedback from the media industry and exhibitors who has seen a small chunk of Creature says, “Creature 3D is the efforts and vision of Vikram Bhatt which we at T-Series has supported fully. The response we received from the industry is overwhelming and we are confident with the VFX and effects. Our Creature doesn’t merely come and go, the Creature is present for an hour as equal to our lead actors.”
The technique and the craft alone make Creature that landmark film that will certainly give the audience the thrills we have longed for, in Hindi Cinema! “I know one thing for sure, when the audience sees it, they will make others see it!” Bhatt stated.
Taking pride in the kind of work done in this technology, Vikram Bhatt has also requested the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi to watch the movie as he’s known to be among the very few tech-savvy leaders India has seen.