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I play board games with my sons and they are very interesting and I have discovered a few which I was not aware of.
My cameo appearance in ‘Happy New Year‘ doesn’t mean I am seriously considering a shift to cinema, not at all.
The character of Akbar, among other characters that I portray on TV, has consistently been the most loved by my fans.
Even if I have played female characters, nobody has ever teased my kids.
The apprehension whether people will like it or not also doesn’t bother me much. I’ve always done my work with a gut feeling that this is what I would like to do and I’ve always enjoyed doing it.
I find TV shows easier to do than films.
If it works, good, if it doesn’t, then move on, I will try something else. This is my style of humor and with time, I’ve understood that people like it and it is working.
I have enjoyed all mediums; in fiction you are performing in front of a camera, there is no live audience.
I don’t get to see my kids at home, so I invite them on the sets… time management has become a very big problem.
I didn’t want to do character roles because when you are doing comic characters, you only get character roles.
Psychologically it gets challenging at times to switch into a female character. But the moment I get into the look of Palak, I automatically get into the mood of her. My wife and parents have no problem with it. My wife has only told me not to enter the house in the Palak get-up after the shoot.
Fatness is invariable in my family.
A lot of people tell me that on screen you’re jumping and bouncing around with joy, but I take too much time to open up in newer surroundings.
I have never learnt dancing, but I love dancing.
And even though I am overweight, I am not lethargic.
I would loved to be called an actor, and not comedian.