The actor will next be seen in the follow-up to the erotic thriller Jism.
Hashimi told The Times of India: "I don't crave to belong to any league. In fact, I don't mind being considered an outcast.
"My victory is when the audience buys a ticket to watch my film. I am extremely thrilled when they give it a thumbs-up. I find awards frivolous."
Hashimi continued: "When I began my career, I was told that I deserved an award for a certain performance, but then I couldn't turn up on the day of the show. Then I was told that the award went to someone else. That's when I realised the truth behind it all."
In January, Hashmi has admitted that he thinks most Bollywood films are "trash".
The star took his first holiday break from hectic shooting schedules in two years last December, in order to spend time with his wife and son.