The actor received a court summons in April for smoking during a cricket match.
Shekhar Salkar of the National Organisation for Tobacco Eradication (NOTE) told the Deccan Herald: "My main grievance is his arrogant demeanour with which he time and again decides to trample the law and smoke in places where he can be viewed and emulated by thousands of viewers when he can smoke privately.
"In my personal opinion he would never be able to [give up smoking] because of his all-knowing haughty persona."
However, Salkar praised other actors who have listened to NOTE's advice in the past.
"A similar incident happened with Ajay Devgan in Goa and after sending him a letter by NOTE, he was very gracious in accepting his mistake and his recent visits to Goa have not seen him smoking in public," he said.
Hrithrik Roshan revealed in February that he had tried to give Shah Rukh Khan a self-help book about smoking but the star had turned it down.