The comedian is all set to comeback to his famous show
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.