"I always thought films I have done are intense and in many of my films either my husband or my boyfriend dies. I think it's really hard to cry on screen. I thought of doing a film in which I won't be required to cry.
"I thought it will be easy, but it isn't so. Comedy is fun, but it's not too easy. Comedy all depends on the comic timing and this you can't learn from anybody. It should come naturally," Soha told IANS.
Directed by Faraz Haider "War Chhod Na Yaar" also features Sharman Joshi and Jaaved Jaaferi. The film is slated for an Oct 11 release.
When asked if she is open to do adult comedies, she said that she doesn't like to say no until she reads the script and added: "I don't want to say I will never do this. Each film has its own audience, but normally I don't like sex comedies. I like thriller films. But if I am comfortable doing it, maybe I will."
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