Popular for action films, superstar Jackie Chan says that he does get scared to perform stunts on the screen and insists that he is no superhero.
"I am motivated to do action because of you (audience). I do get scared to do action. When I do a stunt I think will this be my last shot. When I look around so many fans, the love and warmth, I want to do different kind of films. That's my goal," Jackie told reporters in Mumbai at a promotional event of his upcoming film "Kung Fu Yoga" on Monday night.
"I don't know how many years I can continue to do making films and doing action but as long as I can I will do it," the 62-year-old actor said.
Jackie arrived in Mumbai on Monday morning the Indian-Sino venture "Kung Fu Yoga" and was welcomed at the airport by his co-star Sonu Sood.
He later shot 'The Kapil Sharma Show' before heading to his hotel in suburban Juhu to address the media.
The "Who Am I" star couldn't stop heaping praises on Sonu Sood.
"He (Sonu) is tough. We learn martial arts first and then do films. He doesn't look that strong but he is. He learnt all of it in one week, he knew the timing and rhythm," he adds.
Jackie thinks beside Sonu, Aamir Khan and Salman Khan are good at action.
When asked who is the best action star in Bollywood, he said, "It is difficult to say. Aamir Khan, Salman Khan."