Southern superstar Dhanush, who is set to debut in Bollywood with Aanand L. Rai's love saga "Raanjhnaa", says his choice of films will always depend on script no matter how many offers he get from Bollywood in future.
"My priority really depends on the script, like which script appeals me the most, which script has challenges for me, which script can bring out the best in me," Dhanush said here Friday during the promotion of "Raanjhnaa".
Dhanush made his acting debut in Tamil cinema in "Thulluvadho Ilamai" in 2002 and since then he has worked in over 28 Tamil films.
The actor even won the National and Filmfare award for best actor for his performance in Tamil film "Aadukalam".
On being asked, how he will strike a balance between his Tamil and Bollywood projects, if "Raanjhnaa" does well, he said: "I have not thought about it because its very early. I am still waiting for 'Raanjhanaa''s release," Dhanush said.
"If, as you (reporter) said "Raanjhnaa" does well at the box-office, I will do one Tamil film and one Hindi film, honest answer," added the 29-year-old.
"Raanjhnaa" features Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor opposite Dhanush and hits the theatres June 21.