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Vikram Bhatt's 'Creature' is ambitious, but its also flawed & unbelievably predictable. Sure, Bhatt creates a monster that does scare you, but a disappointing romantic-track & lack of drama, spoils the fun.
'Creature' Synopsis: A newly opened lodge in the deep forest of Himachal Pradesh, is haunted by a creature. But, the owner of the resort, decides to take matters in her hands & faces the enemy.
'Creature' begins well, with the opening sequence leaving an impact. The fear of the Creature is nicely build up, but the romantic-track involving the protagonists, is disappointing. Also, there is a lack of drama in the narrative. In short, 'Creature' only works when the Creature appears on-screen. Sadly, there isn't much of the Creature, either.
The Screenplay isn't without merit, but adding a dull romantic-track, certainly could've been avoided. Bhatt's Direction is good, as ever. He creates a world of fear most convincingly. But the Screenplay lets him down. Cinematography is fair. Editing could've been crisper. Music by Mithoon is wonderful.
Performance-Wise: Bipasha delivers sincerely. Imran Abbas Naqvi needs to groom himself. He's raw. Mukul Dev deserved more footage. Deepraj Rana is alright. Aparnaa Bajpai is decent in a cameo.
On the whole, 'Creature' is a watchable fare, at best.
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