“For me, ‘Raaz 3′ is more than a film. For me, it’s homecoming. It’s a gift that I want to give to Bhatt Saab (Mahesh Bhatt) and Mukesh-ji (Mukesh Bhatt) because they are responsible for what I am today. For me it’s the most important film of my life. It’s going to be scarier in 3D and at the same time it’s going to be more of a love story with great music,” Bhatt told IANS.
Bhatt made his last movie with Vishesh Films in 2003 with “Footpath”. He started his career in 1992 with a Vishesh Films production, “Jaanam”, and then went on to do four more films with them, including the first of the “Raaz” series, which was a major hit. The second was directed by Mohit Suri.