Arnold Schwarzenegger hates his `beaten` looks
New York: He is set for a second outing in Hollywood after a stint in politics but `Terminator` star Arnold Schwarzenegger says that he cannot bear to look at himself in the mirror anymore.
The former bodybuilder, who recently ended his seven-year stint as California governor, said that he is not confident about his looks anymore, reported New York Post online.
"I feel bad when I look at myself in the mirror," said the 63-year-old.
"I`m not competing. I`m not ripping off my shirt and trying to sell the body but when I stand in front of the mirror and really look, I wonder `What happened here’ Jesus Christ. What a beating`," said Schwarzenegger.
His last starring vehicle was `Terminator 3: The Rise Of The Machines` in 2003.
Schwarzenegger, who shot to fame with action movies like `True Lies` and `Last Action Hero` took a break from his Hollywood acting career to serve as California Governor from 2003 to January this year.
But he did find time to appear in cameos in `Around The World In 80 Days` and `The Expendables`.
After stepping down as governor, the actor had confirmed his plans for an acting comeback.