Salman Khan is gearing up for the release of his next film Tubelight and has been promoting the movie at every opportunity.

The actor is currently working on action film Tiger Zinda Hai, and soon after will switch to Remo D'Souza's dance movie, but Salman Khan says doing physically taxing stunts and moves at 51 is not easy for him.

His last film, Sultan, has taken a great toll on his body, he said, "After 'Sultan' there was lot of pain in my body... Now I have signed 'Tiger Zinda Hai' like a fool, I am jumping of the building, running and shooting doing all action I am going mad in the film. I feel one day my knee will come out.”

Ultimately every Salman movie is a numbers game and usually they end up shattering records, so when asked in connection with breaking Baahubali 2 and Dangal’s records, the actor was surprisingly dismissive.  Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has become the first Hindi film to gross Rs 750 crore worldwide.

This is what Salman said to Firstpost : I doubt that Tubelight will break Baahubali 2's record, because the latter is one of the most freakish films that has been made. Hindi film-goers lapped up the film despite watching a dubbed version of it. It is because of the Hindi cine-goers that they have got these numbers. But as long as nobody loses money, I am fine. I don’t feel the pressure.

So Salman feels that the Hindi audience is what made Baahubali 2 a success and not the hardwork of the actors and the creative brilliance of director Rajamouli.