Boman Irani enjoys watching drama (Movie Snippets)

Last Updated: Wed, Aug 14, 2013 12:20 hrs

New Delhi, Aug 14 (IANS) Actor Boman Irani, who has worked in films like "Munnabhai" series, "3 Idiots" and "Jolly L.L.B", says he likes watching drama and wants to be part of films that have human experiences.

"I used to enjoy all genres - horror, action, thriller, and romance. But now I like watching drama more than anything else," Boman told IANS.

"I like to watch and be part of movies that have human experience... that have great drama involved. I like to see actors enjoying their performances," he added.

Boman, who has experience of over a decade in the film industry, is now ready to judge South Africa India Film and Television Awards (SAIFTA), to be held in Durban, Sep 6.


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