"The film is a psychological horror. It's very interesting, there is suspense, thrill. If I have to compare, then I might compare it with three Hollywood films, which are my favourite too and they are - What Lies Beneath, The Omen and The Sixth Sense," the 31-year-old said here Monday in an interview.
"Only these are the films with which I can compare 3G. Because to create horror, ghost or such elements are not needed. There is nothing of that sort in it. It's a psychological horror," he added.
Co-directed by Sheershak Anand and Shantanu Ray Chhibber, 3G revolves around a mobile phone and the situations that ensue after Neil's character buys it.
The film also features Sonal Chauhan and hits theatres March 15.