Dressed in a checked shirt paired with jeans, he walked in taking small steps and stood still on the stage alone and kept quiet.
'He is very fresh,' an official from Zee Cinema, who organised the event, said.
Imran's nervousness came clearly through his stammering voice and his frequent raising of eyebrows. He also avoided all possibilities of speaking to the media and be questioned about his film.
All he said was that his favourite film is 'Amar, Akbar, Anthony'.
At most events till now, Imran has been accompanied by Aamir and probably hence, his low confidence levels weren't so far highlighted.
Imran's film, co-starring Genelia D' Souza, is set to release July 4 along with Harry Baweja's 'Love Story 2050', which is his son Harman's launch vehicle.ALSO READ: "Junaid has no ego, it has been fabulous working with him" - producer Delna Patel