Mumbai: Actor Sikandar Kher, who is returning to the silver screen after a gap of almost three years with 'Tere Bin Laden: Dead Or Alive', says he wanted to try his hands on comedy as he thinks he can do justice to it. Sikandar's last film was 'Aurangzeb'.
"I was waiting for a good offer to come my way. I was excited by the story of 'Tere Bin Laden: Dead Or Alive'. I wanted to do a comedy. I keep fooling around in real life too," Sikandar told PTI.
The 34-year-old actor credits Abhishek Sharma for making things easy for him.
"Abhishek had clarity on the scenes and how he wanted us to do it. Nothing was tough he made it easy for us," he adds.
"I am playing a white guy and a Punjabi guy who comes to India on a secret mission disguised as a Punjabi film producer," he said.
For Sikandar getting bald was the toughest thing to do for the film.
"Giving up my hair was the toughest part. I went bald for the first time in my life. Initially, I flatly refused for it but then I realised that it was for the role," he added. The actor is pinning high hopes from the 'Tere Bin Laden : Dead Or Alive' that releases on February 19.