Mumbai, Dec 8 (IANS) After featuring in TV shows like "Saath Nibhaana Saathiya" and "Bade Achhe Lagte Hain", actress Kajal Pisal wants to do a comedy show.
"I feel nowadays all shows look similar with the same story line. Shows with light-hearted comedy and which are slice of life would be great to do. I have always been interested in doing stand-up comedy -- something like 'Comedy Circus' and 'The Kapil Sharma Show'," Kajal said in a statement.
According to Kajal, comedy improves an individual's creativity.
She said: "To perform stand-up comedy, you are expected to prepare your own material for presentation. This rarely happens when you are sitting at a writing desk. Comedy ideas hit you while you're driving or right as you fall asleep. This type of brain activity is like exercising your biceps. The more you exercise your brain, the better it performs."
I'm a stress buster for my fans, says Shubhangi Atre
Actress Shubhangi Atre, who essays the lead role in TV sitcom "Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain!", feels blessed to be called as a "stress buster" by her fans.
"In today's time, when adult comedy is trending, I feel good that I am entertaining my fans through a family watch show.
"After a stressful working day, people enjoy our show and laugh together. Laughter fills us with lots of positivity and helps us to do a sort of excercise. I find it as a compliment when they call me their stress buster. I really feel honoured," Shubhangi said in a statement.
Talking about the comedy genre, the 37-year-old finds it the "most difficult job".
"Doing comedy is really the most difficult job. As an actor I enjoy my character and the feedback from my audience helps me to perform much better," she added.
I don't carry phone to sets: Manish Goel
In order to avoid distraction, actor Manish Goel, who is currently playing the role of Prithvi Khanna in the television show "Tantra", does not like to carry his mobile to sets.
"I enjoy being in my character on sets even when I'm not infront of cameras. In my free time, I practice for my next scenes and look. When, I am on sets, I think and work as Prithvi Khanna only. I do not divert my mind to anything else. I also do not carry my phone to set," Manish said in a statement.
Also featuring actress Juhi Parmar, "Tantra", a supernatural family drama show airs on Colors.