Bollywood's "Khiladi" Akshay Kumar loves action and comedy, but says he prefers being tagged as an action hero.
"I think I have very much enjoyed both the tags. I've got both the tags all the time, but somewhere in my heart, I love the action one more," the 45-year-old said here Monday on the sets of TV show "Comedy Circus".
Some of Akshay's comedy films include "Hera Pheri", "Awara Paagal Deewana", "Garam Masala", "Heyy Babyy" and "Housefull".
Akshay says it's tough to make people laugh.
"I think it's tough to make people laugh, it's easy to kick, but to make someone laugh is tough," Akshay said.
Akshay plays Lord Krishna in his next "Oh My God".
About his belief in god, he said: "I am a believer. But more than god, I believe in my parents, in what they say ... and after them, I believe in god," he said.
Akshay made a comeback to the action genre after seven years with his recent hit "Rowdy Rathore" and was later seen in the sci-fi film "Joker", which didn't fare well at the box office.
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