That being said, Sonakshi Sinha finds it a piece of cake simply because she's funny in real life too.
The actor, who is currently gearing up for the release of Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi, the sequel to 2015 romantic-comedy Happy Bhag Jayegi shared in a recent interview: “Every actor has something that they find easy or tough. For some, comedy is difficult, I personally enjoy it so I like to do it. It seems to be a good fit for me because I happen to be a funny person in real life while doing emotional scenes on screen is difficult for me. I find that very challenging,”
Sonakshi is happy that today there are meatier roles being written for women, across all genres.
“The trend has gotten stronger and I hope it continues because it gives people like me so many opportunities to showcase our range. I'm loving it!”
Sinha, who made her debut in 2010 with Dabangg will be seen next in Karan Johar's multi-starrer, Kalank.