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You’ve ex­per­i­mented with all gen­res, which is the tough­est genre ac­cord­ing to youcom­edy, drama or ac­tion? Ro­han Khanna (Gu­jarat)

It is very dif­fi­cult to say. Com­edy is quite dif­fi­cult, it is very men­tally ex­haust­ing to get the reight tim­ing. It also needs you to be phys­i­cally in­volved in it­self. It is very dif­fi­cult. Ac­tion is also very dif­fi­cult be­cause most of the time you need to work and be phys­i­cally strong. And that comes from go­ing through a lot of stress and train­ing, it is phys­i­cally de­mand­ing and also the kind of cir­cum­stances that you shoot in, might at times, not be great. We shoot in ex­treme heat or cold can and that can be rather gru­elling. Drama, I did in Brothers, it was very good be­cause we all re­quired a mas­sive amount of act­ing. But se­ri­ously, any­thing can be de­mand­ing and it re­ally de­pends on how far you are will­ing to work.

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