Bipasha Basu has a bone to pick with her movie-mad Indian fans. She believes they are unnecessarily harsh when it comes to sizing up Hindi horror films. Her latest scary film, Creature 3D, out in the UAE this Thursday, may alter that perceived prejudice.
“This constant debate that we can’t match the West in horror is something that Indians do to themselves … I beg to differ. The technicians in Creature 3D — all from India — have outdone themselves. They have given us a wonderfully scary creature,” said Basu, speaking in Dubai on Saturday. But the actress, 35, who is legendary for her fitness obsession, took the bite out of her criticism with:
“Plus, the creature is so fit. I could see his muscles move and that made me strangely happy even if it meant that I was running away from it,” said Basu.
In Creature 3D, also featuring Pakistani actor Imran Abbas, Basu plays Ahana, who owns and operates a hotel in Ooty, South India. She fears closure and bankruptcy when a gigantic creature begins to attack her guests.
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