"The comedy where actors are trying too hard to make the audience laugh, I don't find that funny. I think, this is more situational, it's funnier than all the comedies that you have seen," the 33-year-old said here Monday at the wrap-up party of the film.
"It is a U/A film and it is a different kind of comedy. Generally there is a certain set format for the way we see the comic films in our industry, but I think it is different, it dares to be different. Raj's (the director) status is completely different as far as the comedy goes. It's a riot," he said.
"Ghanchakkar" is slated for a June 21 release.