"I'm happy that two good films have been unanimously appreciated and accepted. Even if I had not written these films, I'd have wished the same because only when good cinema gets its due credit, will we get more such films," he added.
He also acknowledges that Bajrangi Bhaijaan is inspired from Chiru's Pasivadi Pranam, putting an end to the whispers at the back.
If the Mahabharat was the inspiration behind Baahubali, Salman's Eid release, is inspired from an old Chiranjeevi film and also based on a real life story.
"Chiranjeevi's 1987 Telugu film Pasivadi Pranam moved me a lot. I wanted to rehash it and give it a contemporary touch. I had also learnt about the story of a Pakistani couple who came to India for their daughter's heart surgery because they couldn't afford it in their country," he said.
On the other hand, talking about Baahubali, he says the success of S.S Rajamouli-directed Baahubali should be celebrated as an achievement in Indian cinema and should not be restricted to one language or industry alone.