New Delhi: Amitabh Bachchan`s ‘Bbuddah Hoga...Teraa Baap’ and Aamir Khan`s ‘Delhi Belly’ are set to hit the theatres together July 1 and the megastar feels the two films cannot be compared as Aamir`s production company has a bigger commercial standing than AB Corp.
"Aamir and his production company are much bigger than me and my AB Corp, in commercial standing. We are a small budgeted film of Rs.10 crore, from a group of artists that do not compare equally with the cast and starring of `Delhi Belly`," Amitabh posted on his blog.
"They have spent Rs.35 crore on their film. That would show the intensity of their investment. They would have to do a very large business to recover their money and they will -- looking at the past record and the present standing that they have," he said.
The 68-year-old star, who will be seen in a flamboyant avatar in director Puri Jagannath`s "Bbuddah Hoga...Tera Baap" also feels pulling down each other wouldn`t help anyone.
"We cannot be compared to them... they are bigger than us... and shall do bigger … leave it at that… if our film is liked, it will fetch dividends, if not, it will not... simple and straight. We are not going to be able to make a rupee more by pulling down another. Each of us shall have our own merits and demerits, and so be it," he posted.