New Delhi: Arjun Kapoor wants to focus on doing one film a year after a busy 2014 which saw three of his movies releasing.
The 29-year-old actor starred in 'Gunday', '2 States' and 'Finding Fanny' this year.
Arjun, who will be next seen in his father Boney Kapoor's production, said he is tired after doing six movies in past two years.
"I will do one movie in a year. I have worked in six movies in last two years and I want to concentrate on one thing at a time," Arjun said while launching the December issue of a magazine.
The actor, who will feature on the cover of the magazine for the third time, dedicated the latest issue to superstar Salman Khan.
"We're all Salman fans. Not only for the body of his work but also the way he presents himself as a human being," he said.
The actor has no plans for New Year so far but hopes to celebrate Christmas with his 'Tevar' co-actors Manoj Bajpayee and Sonakshi Sinha. The movie will hit theatres on January 9.