MUMBAI: Action, romance and thriller – Emraan Hashmi has done it all on the big screen, but now the actor, who is set to feature in humour-laden film “Ghanchakkar”, says he is uncomfortable with “over-the-top” comedy.
“‘Ghanchakkar’ is a comedy with a difference. I’ve seen different kinds of comedies in Bollywood, but I cannot do that kind of comedy. That over-the-top comedy, I don’t even understand it. I don’t even feel like laughing on it. (So) I’m doing a comedy which I enjoy and understand,” said Emraan.
The 33-year-old has be seen opposite his “The Dirty Picture” co-star, Vidya Balan, in the film, directed by Rajkumar Gupta. It is slated to release next year.
Further about the film, he said: “It has suspense, thriller, dark humour and comedy. The way some things are funny in a family atmosphere, that is what has been shown. It’s a very funny film, and I’m sure the audience will like it.”
For now, Emraan is gearing up for the release of “Raaz 3”, based on black magic. He will be seen alongside Bipasha Basu in the movie, set to hit screens Friday.