Southern star Dhanush's Bollywood debut "Raanjhanaa" opened to rave reviews when it hit the screens Friday. His performance is being lauded, but he says he felt happiest when he didn't come across even a line of complaint about his hindi dialogue delivery.
Dhanush had worked hard to improve his Hindi accent for the movie.
"For me, in all the reviews, there was one line that was not written and that not written line, was the best compliment (for me). No one complained about my Hindi," the 29-year-old said here Friday at the launch of the cover of Star Week magazine, featuring him and Sonam Kapoor.
"Nobody said anything about my Hindi and for me, it's really big. I really suffered saying the lines and while dubbing (for the movie). So that's the biggest compliment (I have received)," he added.
Asked about his Bollywood plans post "Raanjhanaa", he said: "I don't think like that, I don't plan my future. I am sitting here because god wanted that. He made all my decisions for me."
"Even now I am not planning anything. Whatever comes my way, that's enough," he added.
Directed by Anand L. Rai, "Raanjhanaa" tells the love story of Kundan and Zoya who reside in Benaras. Sonam Kapoor plays his love interest in the film.