I make films for the audiences who is my inspiration, not for any awards
 Source : News Bharati English  Date : 25-Jan-2017

Mumbai, January 25: Martial Art-Kung Fu King Jackie Chan said, “I never think of any awards, but for the audiences who is my inspiration”. Notably, Jackie Chan has arrived India to promote his upcoming action film Kung Fu Yoga.

While interacting with the media at an event in Mumbai Jackie Chan said, "When I make a film, I don't think about any award because people think I do cheap comedy action movies but I don't care because I am not for awards, but for the audiences who is my inspiration.”

He further said, I risk my life for every movie just for the people and I realize that I have never changed in 56 years. One should not be here for Oscar, but he should do work because of which Oscar will find him."

Jackie Chan has been entertaining the audiences across the globe for more than five decades. The action star who is known for films like Police Story, Rush Hour, Around The World in 80 Days, Shanghai Nights to name a few, is now geared up for the release of Kung Fu Yoga.

Jackie Chan also revealed that he would continue to do films till his death. "I do films for the audiences. I have been doing action all my life and I do get scared. I fear death while shooting for a stunt. The only thing I can do for the audience is doing a different kind of action, comedy or different kind of roles so that I am worthy of all the love. I don't know how many years can I continue to be a part of movies, but I assure you that till the day I can move, I would keep acting in films," said Jackie Chan.

Jackie Chan was also felicitated with an Oscar last year. Kung Fu Yoga is starring Jackie Chan, Sonu Sood and Disha Patani which will release on February 3.