Neha is part of Colors' new reality show "Nautanki: The Comedy Theatre".
"The most fun thing is that as soon as 'Nautanki' finishes, I will do a comedy film. But I will tell you about it later," the actress said here.
She says she enjoys comedy as a genre, but admits it is tough.
"I enjoy comedy as a genre and in that, satire is very nice. But comedy is comedy and I have understood that it is tough to do. What is even tougher is to get the audience to appreciate what we are going to do," she said.
Neha says a good humour sense is also one of the most important thing she looks out for in her prospective life partner.
"There is nothing I like more than a good sense of humour. A good sense of humour is the first thing on my list for a perfect man," she said.
Neha also said that television as a medium has really advanced and it is almost as powerful as films today.
"TV is not what is used to be. It is at par or even bigger than films in many aspects. When I got the offer for 'Nautanki', I couldn't refuse it," she said.
For now, on the big screen, Neha will also be seen in Karan Johar's "Unglee" and has also just completed shooting for a Punjabi film.
"I am shooting for Rensil D'Silva's film called 'Unglee', which Karan (Johar) is producing. Plus I have finished doing my first Punjabi film, which is releasing. It is called 'Rangeelay'," she said.
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