Fri, 08 Feb 2013 16:10:12 GMT | By IANS

Aamir Ali quits 'F.I.R'

TV actor Aamir Ali, who played a rustic cop in 'F.I.R', exits the comedy show


Aamir Ali quits 'F.I.R' (© Varinder Chawla)

Mumbai: After playing a rustic cop Bajrang Pandey for more than a year in long running comedy show 'F.I.R', popular TV actor Aamir Ali has quit the series.

"I will miss being on the sets of 'F.I.R', but my wishes and love is always going to be present. Keep watching 'F.I.R' every Saturday," Aamir tweeted on Thursday.

"'F.I.R' is a cult show and will always be special. Comedy was something I could never imagine myself doing on television, but now will miss doing comedy," the 33-year-old further tweeted, but didn't reveal anything about his future plans.

Aamir, who is married to TV actress Sanjeeda Sheikh, has done fictions shows like 'Kya Dill Mein Hai' and 'Bhaskar Bharti' and reality shows 'Nach Baliye 3' and 'Zara Nachke Dikha'.

He also had a sizeable role in 2010 Bollywood film 'I Hate Luv Storys'.

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