Just a film-old, Amyra was nervous on her first few days of the shoot and was left intimidated by Hashmi. The "Jannat" star took to some satirical punches to ease her out.

"On the first day of shoot, I was to point a gun at Emraan. It was supposed to be a very emotional and intense sequence and then there was Mahesh Bhatt, Mukesh Bhatt and the whole Bhatt camp on the set. My hands were trembling. I actually forgot my lines, so the first few takes were like
that but after the fourth take it was better.

"Emi (Emraan) has a very sarcastic sense of humour, which is one thing I really like about him. He has a very good sense of humour, which helped but it was difficult during intense scenes because I would be all serious and he would crack something up," said Amyra.

Proving Amyra right, Emraan chipped in with his dry humour, "I think I made things worse for her. I tried to pass these sarcastic lines during the shoot and there were times she wanted to kill me. In fact, she was more comfortable with the invisible man."

To which the actress shot back, "I loved shooting with the invisible man." The 21-year-old actress, who made her Bollywood debut opposite Prateik Babbar in "Issaq", without revealing much about her character in "Mr X", said audience would hate her in the film.

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