The actor said if his films do well, he earns money and if they fail, he suffers losses.
"Actually, I don't charge a fee. It has been years since I have stopped charging a fee. If my film earns less, I earn less and if my film makes more money, I make more money," the actor told reporters while discussing whether stars should take a pay cut.
The actor is currently shooting for "Thugs of Hindostan" in Jodhpur and flew here to be with his family.
"We had wonderful year in terms of success of 'Secret Superstar'. Also this year, I had the privileged of working with Mr Amitabh Bachchan on 'Thugs of Hindostan'," he said.
"I hope the work that we are doing on 'Thugs of Hindostan' turns out well and people like the film upon its release. As I am working with Amitji for the first time, I hope it turns out to be the most memorable film," he added.
There is a lot of curiosity surrounding his dream project "Mahabharatha" but the actor is not ready to share details just yet.
"There are a number of things I am working on and as soon as I am clear about what I am doing... I will tell you," he said.
"I don't think I am competitive at all with them and I don't think they are either. We all are doing our own stuff. If I am competing with anybody, then it is with myself. I challenge myself to do better work. I feel happy when I see other people's good work," he said.
"I am here because of my mother. So I have put her image on Instagram first. I felt I should put her image as whatever I am today is because of her. Kiran is using Instagram and she has enjoyed the process so I thought I will try it too," he added.
Kiran surprised Aamir by receiving him at the airport day.
"I am happy I am getting to spend time with Kiran, Azad and my mother today," he said.
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