Ready to tickle viewers' funny bones with Ghanchakkar, Bollywood's serial kisser Emraan Hashmi says that comedy in his forthcoming U/A film is more situational and different from usual comedies.
"The comedy where actors are trying too hard to make the audience laugh, I don't find that funny. I think, this is more situational, it's funnier than all the comedies that you have seen," the 33-year-old said on Monday at the wrap-up party of the film.
Known for sharing screen space with glamour girls, Emraan has teamed up with Vidya Balan in "Ghanchakkar", his second film with the actress after "The Dirty Picture".
Emraan says director Rajkumar Gupta, known for narrating gripping dramas like "Aamir" and "No One Killed Jessica", too has dared to be different in the film.
"It is a U/A film and it is a different kind of comedy. Generally there is a certain set format for the way we see the comic films in our industry, but I think it is different, it dares to be different. Raj's (the director) status is completely different as far as the comedy goes. It's a riot," he said.
"Ghanchakkar" is slated for a June 21 release.