"I don't believe in success parties. Every show where the audience enjoys the film is like a success party to me," said Sajid, whose "Himmatwala(2013)" is set to come out Friday.
Sounding confident about his product, he said: "I knew my film will be a hit when I started writing it. This is my review. I don't even want a half-star review for 'Himmatwala(2013)'. I will not even read one review. I don't hate critics, but I feel that 90 percent of them don't love cinema. They are just doing a job."
When Sajid makes a film, his motto is to entertain.
"I don't make a film thinking that I want to prove a point. No film can change society. People may say life follows art, but life has never followed art. Otherwise after 'Munnabhai' and 'Rang De Basanti', the world would have been a better place," he argued.
He is sure women will love emotional scenes in "Himmatwala(2013)".
"You will feel proud of being a woman as there are three to four scenes where you will start clapping. It is very relevant today," he said adding that "Women are far superior to men".