|True to his style Salman Khan doesn’t want to reach new milestones with a whimper but a bang, it seems. Now that his last release Ek Tha Tiger is scraping past the Rs. 200 crore mark at box office, the superstar isn’t exactly jubilant.
Bollywood star Salman Khan says if Ek Tha Tiger had to cross Rs.200 crore at the box office, it should have achieved the feat by now.
"For 'Ek Tha Tiger', if it had to cross Rs.200 crore, it should have crossed long time back. Now slowly if it crosses (the mark), it's not the same thing," Salman told reporters in Mumbai.
"Ek Tha Tiger" released Aug 15, and made Rs.33 crore on its opening day. It is now reportedly close to registering Rs.200 crore.
Salman, who has been giving hit films one after another with projects like Wanted, Dabangg and Bodyguard, says he is not here to set any records.
"I'm not setting any records. I am working on something day by day. I am concentrating on 'Dabangg 2' right now. I give my best at that point of time to whatever I am doing. If that comes across correctly, then these things (box office collections) follow," he added.
Dabangg 2 is produced and directed by Arbaaz Khan.
Meanwhile, Salman Khan is also geared up to host Colors' reality show "Bigg Boss 6", which will go on air Oct 7.