Superstar Salman Khan can do anything! Whether you give him a comedy, action or romantic film, he can pull off every role with consummate ease. In the last couple of years, the superstar has mostly appeared in action films. Though his fans like him in any avatar some miss the good old days when the actor used to do comedy films also, and tickle the funny bones of the audience. Films like Andaz Apna Apna, Judwaa, Hello Brother, Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi?, No Entry and Partner still attract a huge audience on TV. His last comedy film Ready hit screens in 2011 and since then the actor has not acted in any comedy film.
Recently, when the superstar was asked if he misses starring in comedy films, he immediately responded saying, “Yes, I do miss it and I’m trying to do a film of that genre. But I am not getting a script like that. Once I get a proper film, which makes me laugh when I’m hearing it, then I will do it for sure."
Khan says he has not heard a good comedy script since long. “Ready was a film that actually made me laugh during the narration. After that, I have not heard a script like that."
We hope some makers are listening to this and approach the superstar with a comedy script soon.
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