Though his films have been loved by people, Salman's acting abilities have often been questioned by the critics.
"Usually people focus more on their strength than weakness. People neglect their weakness. I want to improve in acting and dancing, rest all stuff is going good, like my films are doing well commercially. So, I want to focus on my weakness now," Salman said last night at the trailer launch of a film.
The 48-year-old actor's much awaited film 'Jai Ho' has hit cinema houses today and he is all praise for his co-stars in the movie.
Salman has no qualms about his film being given a U/A certificate. The censor board had asked the makers to change the word 'politician' in a dialogue, which they did and changed it to 'powerful person'.
Apparently, a political outfit had planned to protest against the release of the film after Salman recently went to Gujarat and met Chief Minister Narendra Modi.
Reacting to this, Salman said, "People should not take mileage... it's a good film... it's about helping people."