Salman Khan is thinking of quitting Twitter following the controversy over his comments on the 26/11 terror attack.
"Looks like I might have to get off Twitter. Don't want to but what to do? I think I messed up, so sorry guys, sorry bolne mein koi sharam nahi (there's no shame in saying sorry)," Salman posted on his Twitter page.
The 44-year-old, whose latest film 'Dabangg' has the cash registers ringing, is being criticised for his comments to a Pakistani TV channel that the 26/11 attack attracted "too much hype" as only "elite people were targeted".
But the actor apologised when he realised his comments were being blown out of proportion.
Salman also said, "Hurt v hurt, yeh kya? Straight thru my heart. My mum n dad yaar my bro's my sisters. family had to go thru torture on eid n ganesh utsav."
Salman's father, veteran scriptwriter Salim Khan defended his son and said he is not "articulate and political".
Sonam Kapoor had also tweeted in Salman's support, when protests against him continued after his apology, "Don't worry people like pulling you down because they are jealous. Totally with you. Lots of love."
Salman had joined Twitter in April this year.