Shah Rukh Khan, who turned 48 this year, said he wants to work for the upliftment of society.
"From this birthday onwards at least till two years I want to do work for upliftment of people who don't have life as good as me. I want to do something good in small little bits and pieces. I have told people in my team let's go and help needy people in a bigger way," SRK told reporters here.
When asked if he wants to open an NGO, he said, "If I open an NGO I can't give time. My work is to give funds. I would help more NGOs rather than having my own."
Like every year, hundreds of fans gathered outside his residence 'Mannat' to wish the actor on his birthday.
Shah Rukh said he was "overwhelmed" on seeing the number of people coming to wish him every year.
He waved at his fans and did a small jig for them, who had been braving the police and his bodyguards. The crowd was bursting crackers, played drum beats, kept calling out his name again and again.
"It feels great that so many people come here to wish me every year. I wish I could meet them, but if I do so, it will be all unorganised. I thank everyone for the love and wish them good health, success and happiness," he said.