all set to work in the third instalment of the spooky thriller. He also feels secure enough to start a family now.
'We're trying for a baby and we should be parents by next year. One is never prepared for fatherhood. And if I wait to be fully prepared, it will never happen. But I'm getting into the mindset now,' Emraan, who is married to Parveen Shahani, told IANS.
Talking about 'Raaz 3', he said: 'Yes we're on,' said Emraan. 'The third part will also be directed by Mohit Suri and I'll play the lead. The rest of the details are yet to be decided. The cast of the second 'Raaz' film was totally new. And I think I'm going to be the only actor common to 'Raaz 2' and '3'.'
'My wife kept telling me I should try the genre. I had never done horror before. It's believed in the trade that horror films open well and then soon fizzle out. But then it was also believed that a film looking at the seamier side of cricket ('Jannat') would never do well.
Emraan, who has been lying low during the publicity of 'Raaz 2' thanks to all the focus on real-life pair Kangana-Adhyayan, says he didn't feel left out.
'Kangana and Adhyayan were a real-life couple. I can't concoct an affair just to be noticed. I was confident my work would speak for itself. Sure enough I believe people clap when I come on screen the first time. I do have fan base, though it might be small,' he said.