Superstar Salman Khan, who has been setting box office records with his hits, says there is real hard work behind every film that he does.
"I am not setting any record. I work on something and give my best. Now that the shooting of 'Ek Tha Tiger' is over I am concentrating on every shot of 'Dabangg 2'. I do not think about the result," Salman told PTI in an interview.
"All I try to do is give my best to every shot that I do. Basically, it is all about doing and enjoying your work to the best of your capability. If it is working today then good, but it may not work tomorrow," he said.
Salman's last few films have made it to the exclusive 100 crore club that is the new benchmark for success in Bollywood now.
Post 'Dabangg' ( Rs 215 crore), 'Ready' (Rs 180 crore) and 'Bodyguard' (Rs 230 crore), 'Ek Tha Tiger' (Rs 198 crore) - not only the audience but even producers are pining their hopes on doing a film with Salman.
Salman, who is returning to the small screen with the sixth season of 'Bigg Boss', says unlike previous seasons where contestants were seen fighting and hurling abuses, this year's show will be a family one.
"I get to watch all the episodes including those things that we can't air on TV as it is completely messed up. We can show only certain things. So I know who is behaving in what way. Minor fights are okay but when it goes overboard it's irritating," the actor said.
"People want to watch some nice things. And this time it will be a family show for the fact that we shifted it from 11 PM to 9 PM slot," he added.