He might have added a new dimension to action cinema with his spine-chilling fight sequences in films like 'Mohra', 'Shastra' and 'Balwan', but Bollywood's original action hero Suniel Shetty, feels it was comedy that interested him the most.

"I love comedy more than action as it is very difficult to enact humorous scenes and to make someone laugh with your comic timing," Shetty told PTI.

"I am doing more and more comedy movies as it gives me internal satisfaction. Action is also close to my heart as I have grown up doing action cinema, but comedy is what interests me most," he says.

Shetty who started his Bollywood innings as an action hero later graduated to comic roles in films like 'Hera Pheri', 'Awara Paagal Deewana', 'Apna Sapna Money Money' and soon to be released 'One Two Three'.


The 'Gopi-Kishan' of Bollywood, who has lately shifted his gears from acting to production with his company "Popcorn Pictures" wants to concentrate more on producing films.

"I am thinking only about my production company with 17 films in making. I am happy working behind the scenes and a good producer within me is in making."

"From June to September this year, four films of my production company will hit the deck," Suniel says.

Shetty's production company has earlier produced films like Khel (2003), Rakht (2006) and Bhagam Bhag (2007).

He has already signed a seven film co-production deal with Balaji and a deal with Studio 18 is underway.