I am yearning to do comedy films: Actress Tilotama Shome

After being a part in a series of serious films, actress Tilotama Shome says she is eagerly waiting to show the comical side of her acting on the silver screen.

Ali Asgar roped in for 'Meet The Patels'
Ali Asgar roped in for 'Meet The Patels'

Actor Ali Asgar, popular for his comical act as 'Dadi' in ‘Comedy Nights With Kapil’, has landed a role in the quirky comedy film ‘Meet The Patels’.

Tia Bajpai tries comedy with 'Bankey Ki Crazy Baarat'

Actress Tia Bajpai, who forayed into Bollywood with a horror film titled ‘Haunted 3D’ in 2011, is now sampling the comedy genre with ‘Bankey Ki Crazy Baarat’. She finds it a tough genre.

Ekta Kapoor teams up with Bejoy Nambiar for comedy film

Ekta Kapoor is teaming up with Bejoy Nambiar for their upcoming production `Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi`, a comedy to be set in the by-lanes of Delhi.

Want to do a love story again: Akshay Kumar

After working on back-to-back action-comedy films, Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar says he misses doing a love story.

Punjabi audiences prefer comedy: RSVP producer

Brinder Sran, who is ready to make her debut as a producer with ‘RSVP - Ronde Saare Vyah Picho’, says the majority of Punjabi audiences prefer comedy and they have yet to evolve to appreciate other serious subjects.

Comedy was not Sharman Joshi`s forte

Sharman Joshi might have done comedy in films like ‘Style’, ‘Golmaal’ and ‘Dhol,’ but the actor says what comes naturally to him is drama and emotions and that he was really bad at comedy during his theatre days.

Madhuri Dixit serious about doing comedy films

After winning hearts of millions of fans with her emotion-filled acting and dancing skills, Madhuri Dixit now wants to show her funny side on screen.

Riteish Deshmukh gets serious!

Actor Riteish Deshmukh, who has a string of hit comedy films under his belt, is now planning to get serious with a thriller and a black comedy.

I am relieved to do comedy: Megan Fox

Megan Fox is happy to ditch her sexy image for a comic role in Sacha Baron Cohen`s ‘The Dictator’.

Comedy films these days are sub-standard: Om Puri

Veteran Bollywood actor Om Puri, who has starred in many funny films like ‘Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron’ and ‘Hera Pheri’, says present-day Bollywood comedies are full of sub-standard jokes and punches.

Doing sequels is repetition of genre, style: Riteish

Riteish Deshmukh feels that acting in sequels is mere "repetition" of the genre and has very little to offer for an actor.

Riteish does not like to watch comedy films

Riteish Deshmukh says he does not like watching comic capers.

Pattinson finds comedy scary

Actor Robert Pattinson is terrified of comedy and says he can`t think of doing a funny show like `Saturday Night Live`.

Action is easy, comedy toughest: Akshay Kumar

He has proved to be a `khiladi` of both genres - action and comedy. But kicking and boxing in front of the camera is far easier than making the audience laugh, says Akshay Kumar.

Comedy most difficult genre: Abhishek

Abhishek Bachchan, who has wrapped up the shooting of Rohit Shetty`s `Bol Bachchan`, says comedy is the most difficult genre to perform.

Comedy films are lucky for Riteish

Actor Riteish Deshmukh says he did try to come out of the comedy but his fans kept pushing him back into the genre.

Bollywood actress Amita Pathak doing two comedy films

Bollywood actress Amita Pathak, known for her role in Priyandarshan`s `Aakrosh`, will be soon seen in two comedy films.

P Diddy wants to do more comedy films

P Diddy wants to do more comedy films after appearing in "Get Him to the Greek".