Chennai, July 5 (IANS) After Asin Thottumkal, Genelia D' Souza, Shriya Saran and Trisha, another southern actress Priyamani is set to enter the Hindi film industry with Mani Ratnam's 'Ravanan', that has Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan in the lead.
Priyamani will portray the same role in the Hindi version of 'Ravanan' that she did in the Tamil. Priyamani is excited about the significance of her character in the film.
The actress, who has done reasonably well in all the south Indian movies, is also looking forward to 'Aarumugam'. She is in awe of director Suresh Krissha and says she liked his style of doing things silently and effectively.
'I have become kind of a glamour doll after 'Paruthiveeran'. One can't keep on doing the same roles, isn't it? Suresh has given me a lot of scope to act in the film. In fact, I haven't done anything extra other than following in letter and spirit what Suresh asked me to do,' said Priyamani, who has been a sizzler for the past couple of years in all her movies.
Priyamani also disclosed that she would be dubbing in her own voice in her future Malayalam movies so that she won't miss out on awards when the films reach that level.