Speaking at a promotional appearance for new project Ready, Khan said that he planned to distribute a percentage of his salary to studio employees, reports the Financial Express.
"I don't work for money," said Khan. "Even if I don't get any remuneration, I am fine with it. Right now I want to give some portion of my income to the workers in the film industry, even if it is just half a percentage."
Khan, who is said to be the highest-paid actor in Bollywood, spoke out on the conditions of workers at the government-run Film City complex in Goregaon.
"These workers at Film City have been working for a long time. They have supported and helped us in every way possible during the making of films. So I would also help them in whatever way I can," the star commented.
Junior artists and behind-the-scenes technicians are reportedly paid a shift rate of 500 rupees a day (£3.50), and are not guaranteed daily work.
The actor recently relocated to the Mumbai suburbs studio to avoid commuting between Film City and his home in Bandra.