Manish Paul enjoys working in both TV, film industry

Mumbai, May 11 (IANS) Actor Manish Paul, who is seen on both the small screen and Hindi films, says that there isn’t much difference between the two mediums for him and he just enjoys whatever work he receives.

“I just enjoy working. I don’t think if I’m doing films or TV. Whether it is a film or ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ or a National Geographic show, whatever I get, I give it my 200 percent and that’s what I believe in,” Manish said at an event here.

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Manish will next be seen on the big screen in the film “Baa Baaa Black Sheep”, where he will share screen space with veteran actor Anupam Kher, who plays his father in the film.

Asked whether his stint in Bollywood has made him too occupied to do television shows, Manish said: “I’m currently shooting for ‘Baa Baaa Black Sheep’, but television-wise, let’s see what I get. It depends on the channels, I just go wherever they call me”.

About “Baa Baaa Black Sheep”, he said: “It is an action comedy. It’s not an out-and-out comedy for which people know me. ‘Tere Bin Laden…’ was an out-and-out comedy film, but in this film there is good action and drama. I got to do a different kind of character”.

He was last seen on the silver screen in “Tere Bin Laden Dead or Alive”, which released earlier this year.

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