Amitabh Bachchan's Bbuddah Hoga...Teraa Baap and Aamir Khan's Delhi Belly are set to hit the theatres together July 1 and the megastar feels the two films cannot be compared as Aamir's production company has a bigger commercial standing than AB Corp.
"Aamir and his production company are much bigger than me and my AB Corp, in commercial standing. We are a small budgeted film of Rs.10 crore, from a group of artists that do not compare equally with the cast and starring of Delhi Belly," Amitabh posted on his blog bigb.bigadda.com.
"They have spent Rs.35 crore on their film. That would show the intensity of their investment. They would have to do a very large business to recover their money and they will -- looking at the past record and the present standing that they have," he said.
The 68-year-old star, who will be seen in a flamboyant avatar in director Puri Jagannath's Bbuddah Hoga...Tera Baap also feels pulling down each other wouldn't help anyone.
"We cannot be compared to them... they are bigger than us... and shall do bigger … leave it at that… if our film is liked, it will fetch dividends, if not, it will not... simple and straight. We are not going to be able to make a rupee more by pulling down another. Each of us shall have our own merits and demerits, and so be it," he posted.