In bollywood there are a dozen horror-fiction narratives that show us how awesome it would be to see into a tiger, snake, wombat or anything else that creeps the living lights out of everyone! Here are top five of the creepiest, interesting transformation that are burned into our psyche.
Sridevi in Nagina
The quintessential love story - a human falls in love with an icchadhaari naagin and then continues to love her despite knowing her identity. But what is with the transformation! It is literally a snake's head superimposed on the actress's face! Granted, that we din't have the technology back when this movie was released to actually show a morphing on screen, but it was awesome creative of cameraman.
Rahul Roy in Junoon
Before Rahul Roy came along with his macho tiger avatar, Indians had only seen people transform into naags and naagins. Naturally people were impressed, more so, because the filmmaker showed almost the entire transformation on screen!The sounds Rahul was making was awesome. We know that , it's very tough to turn into a tiger on a full moon night, but we all surprised that no other human in the area heard him wail!
Mallika Sherawat in Hisss
In just a little over three minutes, this video will give you all the reasons why Hisss didn't work despite having views of miss Mallika's S!heravat. We're happy however that Bollywood's experiments with VFX are reaching some level!
Nani in Makkhi
It's not strictly a transformation or a Bollywood film, but it had to make the list! The more interesting fact is that the makkhi has a human girlfriend who is helping him exact revenge from the villain by developing fly-goggles for it and also giving it a needle as a weapon! There's even a fly-workout!
Akshay Kumar in Robot 2.0
The latest addition to crazy transformations is Akshay Kumar's crow avatar! We're hoping though that this one is a little less freaky and a little more sophisticated. His character is named Dr Richard, a scientist who reportedly turns into a crow after an experiment goes wrong. crazy failed experiment.