Comedian-actor Kapil Sharma, who became a rage over the small screen with his 'Comedy Nights With Kapil', says he is more keen to do 'stand-up comedy and movies' as he loathes TV's working style.
Kapil, lying low for some time due to a back injury, chatted with his fans and followers on micro-blogging site Twitter.
A user quizzed the actor about his preferred medium, "Movies, television, anchoring or standup comedy? What do you love doing the most?"
Kapil, who is awaiting release of his film 'Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon', responded, “Stand up comedy and movies... I hate the way TV works."
The actor, who began his ride to fame through a reality TV show “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge”, will foray into Bollywood with Abbas-Mustan's directorial.
The comic family entertainer, which also stars Arbaaz Khan, Manjari Fadnis, Simran Kaur Mundi and Elli Avram, will hit the screens on September 25.
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