Salman Khan says his validation of doing a good film comes solely from the box office collections but when critics praise his movies, he feels "scared". The actor, who had a major career turnaround with "Wanted" in 2009 which was followed by "Dabangg", said public acceptance is the ultimate verdict for him. "My validation comes from the box office collections... that the people have liked or not liked a film. It doesn't make a difference if someone (a critic) has given it so many stars (ratings) or ridiculed the film. "It's their bread and butter. God bless them, give them two more (slices of) bread," Salman said in a group interview. Asked how he feels when the critics give glorious reviews to his films, the actor said he is unable to wrap his head around it. "I get scared. That why did they give (those star ratings) because their thinking never matches with the audience. Then I wonder 'oh what if this doesn't do well'. But the reason I do the kind of movies I do is because I loved ..