Superstar Salman Khan, who won accolades for his performance in films like "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" and "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo", and even got nominated at various award functions this year, feels that the "young generation should be given a chance to win awards" as "awards don't matter much in my life".
The actor was present at the red carpet of Zee Cine Awards 2016, held here on Saturday night.
Stating that he loves attending award functions and performing, he said: "I feel very happy when others get awards but they don't matter much in my life. I like award functions as the whole industry comes together,"
"We all keep busy so, at award functions, we get to meet our friends and it feels nice," he added.
He further said that he should be kept out of the competition so that the younger generation can get a chance and move forward.
"Delete me from the competition. We are here since long, we have been nominated... I can come and perform, attend the award shows but I think now young generation should be given a chance to win awards," the "Sultan" actor, who got the Best Actor (Viewers' Choice) for "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" at Zee Cine Awards, said.
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