"Neil was the most apt for this role. The character gelled well with his personality. Not only was he very cooperative, but he even shot for 16 hours at a stretch without complaint," Rajani said in a statement.
Talking about Neil's character, Rajani said they had hired international artists to make everything perfect.
"The film is about a two-faced character who appears to be a normal guy, who is actually possessed. We had roped in a Los Angeles-based DOP (director of photography) and a Columbia-based lightman, who have captured the horror moments in a way never seen before in Hindi films," he said.
Director duo Sheershak Anand-Shantanu Ray Chibber has directed "3G".
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