He has made many laugh with his witty jokes but Cyrus Broacha says he is fed up of his funnyman image and wants a break from it.
Broacha gained recognition from his humorous show MTV ‘Bakra’,and since then it has been never looking back for him on the comedy front.
“Wherever I go I am asked to crack a joke. It’s a very sad situation. In order to do something different I have to be offered something different,but thats not happening. It’s very irritating that I am being perceived like this,” Broacha said.
Although he agrees that his humour is his USP,he thinks that there is a point in everybody’s career where monotony can be frustrating.
“I know that I am good at cracking jokes but beyond a point it gets to you. You don’t want to always be known for one thing,” said Broacha,who is currently shooting a show with Disney Junior ‘Jake and the Never Land Pirates’.
“Doing a kids show is very relaxing and less time consuming,and moreover I like to make kids laugh,” he said.
Broacha,who has participated in many reality shows like ‘Jhalak Dikh La Ja’ and ‘Roadies’,says he does these show for money.
“I have to to do something,and honestly I do these shows for money. I have to earn a living,just can’t sit at home,” Broacha joked.
The funnyman has also tried his luck in acting in a supporting role in ’99’ opposite Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Khemu.