Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan was awarded the Guinness World Records title for “Most credits in one movie”, during a promotional event in Shanghai on Wednesday, reported Chinese media.
Chan had taken on 15 key production roles in his latest film “Chinese Zodiac”, including director, producer, fight choreographer, and interestingly enough, composer.
He took the title from US director Robert Rodriguez who had 11 production roles in one of his previous films.
Chan was also awarded the Guinness World Records title for “Most stunts by a living actor”, in recognition of the countless stunts he has personally performed in his hit films like “Police Story” and “Rush Hour”.
The veteran actor downplayed his achievements when he spoke with Chinese reporters during the event.
“I am really not superhuman; I only want to focus on getting the job done,” said Chan.
“The potential human beings have, far surpass their own imagination.”
Chan is scheduled to visit Singapore on December 18, to promote “Chinese Zodiac”, a film he had previously described it as his “last major action film”.