Bangalore, Feb 18 (IANS) Multilingual actress Padmapriya is quite excited about the feedback she has received for her first Hindi film "Striker".
"I think 'Striker' has received a huge patronage from viewers of YouTube, where it was premiered. I am very happy about the feedback for my performance in the film," Padmapriya said.
"But I am not sure whether I would act in some more Hindi films in the near future. It all depends on the quality of roles that I am offered. But nothing is finalised yet and talks are still on," says the actress.
Padmapriya, who has finished shooting for Shivaraj Kumar-starrer Kannada film "Thamassu" directed by Agni Sridhar, says she is interested in dubbing in her own voice for the film.
"I have completed the shooting of the film and I am extremely happy about my experience. I play the role of an advocate who believes in 'ahimsa' (non-violence) and the law of the land."
"The director (Sridhar) has written very strong dialogues in some scenes. I am really interested to deliver these dialogues in my own voice. I really think the film deserves my voice, but everything depends on how I will deliver my goods while dubbing for the film," says Padmapriya.
Five of her films in Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu and Tamil will be released in the next three-four months. The films include "Thamassu," Telugu film "Andhari Bandhvaya" with Shravanand and Tamil film "Irumbu Kottai Morattu Singham" with Lawrence.