Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan says his actor friends Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan look like stars when they enter a room while he feels like a waiter.
"I always feel when Salman (Khan) enters a room you feel a star has come. When I enter, I feel a waiter has come. Sorry, I shouldn't have said that as waiter (s) are great people. I feel when I walk into (a room) I feel it's nobody as I enter silently.
"When Salman, Shah Rukh enter you feel (a) star has entered. I don't have that quality. They are bigger stars than me," Aamir told reporters here at the poster launch of "Dangal".
This was the 51-year-old actor's reply when he was asked about the positioning of "Dangal" poster in theatres where "Sultan" will be released.
Aamir said he is launching the poster of his most talked about film "Dangal" two days before "Sultan" as it will help him grab the audience's attention for his December release film.
"I have always considered Salman as a bigger star than me. I have always considered Shah Rukh, Amit ji (Amitabh Bachchan) as a bigger stars. There are host of stars in our country who are huge like Hrithik Roshan, Ajay Devgn, Ranbir Kapoor, Ranveer Singh. It is difficult to compare who is ahead and who is not. I don't get into all this comparison," Aamir said, when asked if he feels Salman is the biggest star.
Recently Salman and Shah Rukh, both 50, were spotted cycling together in the city.
"What you (media) think if he is friends with me, he can't be friends with anyone else? I feel happy that Salman and Shah Rukh are spending time together, are cycling, chilling together. It's wonderful," Aamir said when asked about the growing bonding between the two Khans.