"I don't know about my sensibility, I don't know about the way I look and if I fit in with my looks into a love story, whatever. But I think I am pretty twisted in my head to do a traditional romantic film," the 33-year-old said here Tuesday at the launch of the DVD of 'Raaz 3'.
"My idea of romance is also extremely quirky and twisted. I don't think the world is ready for it yet," he added.
Meanwhile, talking about 'Raaz 3' director Vikram Bhatt, Emraan said: "Vikram has made horror a real mainstream genre which I am very happy about because it's my favourite genre."
Vikram Bhatt's latest production '1920: Evil Returns' has also been well-received by the audience.
Emraan's upcoming films include 'Ghanchakkar', 'Unglee' and Dharma Production's next project.
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