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    Vikram Bhatt's Creature 3D was initially titled Animal





    With the recent trailer release of Creature 3D, filmmaker Vikram Bhatt is all set to introduce a new kind of animal species. However, prior to titling the film Creature, Vikram Bhatt had narrowed down many titles and had finalized 'Animal'. However, he could not go ahead with the film title, since it was already registered with Farah Khan's husband Shirish Kunder (who had last directed Akshay, Sonakshi starrer Joker). 

    When Vikram Bhatt approached Shirish for the title, he refused to give it to Mr. Bhatt. Talking about it, the director says, "When I wrote the script, I thought the name fitted really well. Also, it wouldn't have given people the impression that it is a horror film, which is of utmost importance. Then I found out that Shirish Kunder owns the title. So, I approached his wife, Farah Khan, with whom I share a great rapport," says Vikram. 

    But Shirish Kunder refused to give the title as he is working on a film with the same title. "I really wanted it for my film, but I understand that Shirish, too, is working on his movie, and that's the reason he could not help me. I am not upset with him." adds Vikram Bhatt. 

    It was his daughter Krishna who helped him in finding a new title revealed the filmmaker. "I could not think of the obvious. But Krishna helped me find the current title, and I am very happy with it. I realize now that nothing could have been more fitting than this one. 

    Producer Bhushan Kumar says, "Vikram Bhatt was keen to have Animal as the title. But Creature 3D is a better title and is apt for the film." 

    Creature 3D starring Bipasha Basu and Imran Abbas produced under the banner of T-series is slated for 12th September 2014 release.
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