“Stardom comes every three years and anyone can beat anyone in this. I think till the time fame is there work is there… Till the time work is there money is there and till that time `Being Human` is there,” Salman said in an interview here.
“I am going to make it so difficult for actors; eventually my mission is to take `Being Human` to a different level and I am struggling very hard for it. I have never worked so hard in life ever,” he said.
One of the reigning stars of Bollywood, Salman is aware that his name will push the `Being Human` brand to the next level.
“For this (Being Human) we are trying to get things right like CSR and etc. I want to take it to such a level that it becomes difficult for anyone to reach that success or reach the magnitude of a charitable trust,” the actor said.
Though there are some actors in Bollywood who do charity, the `Dabangg` star dared every stake-holder in film industry to beat him in charity.
“I want all of them to start their own charitable trust and beat me in this, destroy me at what I do with Being Human. I will be happy when they beat me in being human,” Salman said.
On the work front, Salman has several projects in his kitty, ranging from Sajid Nadiadwala`s `Kick` that releases on July 27, besides Sooraj Barjatya`s `Prem Ratan Dhan Payo`, Karan Johar`s `Shuddhi` and Boney Kapoor`s `No Entry Mein Entry`.