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Bipasha Basu was recently in Bangalore to promote her movie Creature 3D, which has opened to a very good response in theaters. The actress has dared to create a new genre of creature film in Bollywood, already being a master of many genres, the actress has excelled with this as well.

Bips has been in this industry for a really long time, sustaining in this field for years together is not easy, but this hottie has managed to mold herself with change in competition and is still one of the most sought after actress in B-town. When I met this hot looking beauty for a one on one interview, I must say I was blown away with her humility, sweet talk and how much she appreciated her hairdresser who has always been with her.

Speaking about the film the actress gave a brief description, " The film is total paisa vasool and something that the kids will enjoy watching", looking at a kid present there, she sweetly remarked to him, "This movie is for you, so don't forget to go watch this movie tomorrow with you parents and I am sure you'll have super fun."

She also spoke about how the film's special effects have been done in India and that it is on par with the Hollywood 3D films, "For those of you who think Indian technicians can't create something on par with Hollywood, go watch this movie and you'll realize how talented and capable we Indians are."

With the film now out to the audience's view, Bipasha said there are "butterflies in my stomach", something that every actor or actress feels when their movie is out, hoping that people and critics will love their film. 

Read on to find out what more the actress has revealed about her film, her upcoming projects and herself,

What Do You Fear In Life?

I am afraid of the lizards in my room and there are quite a lot... (she giggles).

Which Genre Of Films Have Loved Doing And Which Has Been Most Challenging?

I feel every film in challenging in its own way for we'll be playing a character which we are not in personal life and that's difficult. My role in No Entry was so different from what I am, the way she behaves, the way she is so that role was quite difficult, to adopt those mannerisms.

This Creature In The Film Is From Hindu Mythology, Please Explain!

In Hollywood creatures come into existence as a result of mutation. But here we could explain that mutation to the audiences, so we incorporated this creature, Brahma Rakshasa from the Hindu mythology and strangely as the movie proceeds, you'll start connecting with this creature and even start to feel for it.

How Challenging Was This Role?

Quite challenging actually as I din't know how the creature looked like, we just had the height, width and the length of its tail. So even if I had to do a scene running to the corner of the house, we had to check if the creature could fit into the place and where its tail should be place. If it is coming through the living room which furniture would get flipped etc.

You Din't Have A God Father In The Industry, So What Advice Would You Like To Give People?

Well, I never had any God Father in the industry but I never wanted to be an actress in the first place. I just went along the way my life took me.


I was into modelling and was doing really well in it and so in the process my education got left out but after modelling I was kind of bored and that's when my first film was offered to be and I just thought why not and did Ajnabee but after that I had not intention of continuing but things kind of turned otherwise and opportunities showed up and I just followed the path.

You Endorse Fitness Like No Other Actress, Something About That

Fitness is the fastest way to good health, and looking good comes as bonus to it. So I think people should stop giving excuses and opt for a healthy lifestyle.

Your Favourite Song In The Movie?

While many like Mohabbat Barsa De, I personally like Naam-E-Wafa and Ek Pal. Listen to these songs and you'll feel the pain of love.

You Have Done A Lot Of Horror Movies

If people like me in horror films and I am being offered movies in that genre then why not. I have done all kinds of horror movies, while some have been really good some were really fun. Which other actress would have agreed to play a vicious star on the decline that I did in "Raaz 2"? Which actress would risk playing a falling superstar? I've never bothered with my image.

Your Upcoming Projects?

My next is Alone, ! I am doing a passionate love story for the first time since "Jism". I play conjoined twins and the two girls are completely opposite from one another and yet the sisters love one another so much.

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