Bipasha, who has been doing a lot of horror films off late, says it's okay to be stereotyped in Bollywood
Imran Abbas, who made his Bollywood debut with Creature 3D, says he has certain reservations about bold scenes.
If Deepika's English language quirky drama has appealed to niche audience, Bipasha's scary film does not have too many takers either, say experts.
Bipasha does admit that Humshakals was the biggest mistake of her career but clears the air that there was no untoward incident on the sets
Bipasha says the genre of supernatural movies can help an actress drive the plot towards box office success
Bollywood offers a platter of romance, satire and thrill this time while Hollywood is big on horror and thrillers
"I respect marriage as an institution. But there is a time for it. I will do it aaram se," Bipasha said.
"I hope we being Indians support the film because of the efforts put in by Indian technicians. The creativity is indigenous and the team is Indian, no foreigners," Bipasha said.
Musician Mithoon, who has given back-to-back hits in movies like 'Aashiqui 2' and 'Ek Villain', says he wants to focus on creating soulful tracks without bothering about any hype or trend.
Actress Bipasha Basu, who is gearing up for the release for her film Creature 3D, hopes the film paves the way for more such creature-based thrillers in Bollywood.
Produced under the banner of T-Series, Creature 3D also features Imran Abbas. It is slated for a September 12 release
She also clarified that she doesn't lose sleep over this anymore