Mumbai: Actor Rajpal Yadav, whose recent release "Bhopal - A Prayer For Rain" is doing well at the box office, says that the film's success has opened Hollywood's doors for him.
"I will continue doing projects in Bollywood. I do not mind straddling multiple industries but I will do all good films that come my way. The success of 'Bhopal - A Prayer For Rain' has opened doors for Hollywood films for me," said the actor.
Directed by Ravi Kumar, the film also features Hollywood names Mischa Barton and Martin Sheen as well as Indian-American actor Kal Penn.
Tannishtha Chatterjee too joined the cast of the film, that is based on true events of 1984 when a toxic gas leak from the Union Carbide Corporation's pesticide plant in the Madhya Pradesh capital killed and maimed thousands of people.
Rajpal has reportedly been approached for several Hollywood films but he is not ready to talk about it currently.
"There are Non Disclosure Agreements (NDA) that prevent me from talking about them at the moment, but you will hear from the producers and the studios very soon," he said.
Talking about his projects back home, he is busy with Telugu film "Kick 2", the Kannada-Hindi flick "Amma" and three Hindi films including "Welcome Back", "Bankey Ki Crazy Baraat" and "Thoda Lutf Thoda Ishq".