Produced by comedian Kapil Sharma, the show that will go on air June 22 on Colors, and it will feature the actress in an important role.
"I think it is a wonderful mix between the two. It is a nice amalgamation. You get the feeling of a fiction show also. There is a bua (aunt), wife and husband. The fact that it is done with a live audience and comedy and gags make it a beautiful combination," Sumona said.
Simon teamed up with Kapil earlier and shared a wonderful chemistry with him.
"From day one our equation has been fantastic. That is why I am doing the show. There is a fantastic rapport, which we have," said the actress currently seen in 'Bade Acche Lagte Hain'.
Sumona admits that comedy is not her forte.
"I never thought that I will have a comic streak and be part of hard core comedy. It is not that difficult, but not that easy also. One has to find a way," she said.
"I would not say comedy is my forte. I am an actor and I am glad to know that I can dabble in comedy too. There is a lot more left for me to do in comedy," she added.
Repetition of roles or being trapped in a particular image is what Sumona wants to avoid.
"I have only one agenda in terms of work that I don't like to repeat my work. It has to be different and challenging. I am totally open," she said.
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