Mumbai: Actor Gulshan Devaiah is content with the way his career has shaped up in Bollywood and wants to focus on working in the Hindi film world despite being offered several projects across southern languages.
"Although I watch films in Tamil, Kannada and Telugu and even understand few of these languages, I never had the inclination to become an actor in the south," Gulshan told IANS at the ongoing 17th Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival.
"I've been getting offers in the south, especially from Telugu industry. Since 2011, I've been getting about four southern projects each year, but it has always been my dream to work in Hindi films," said the "Shaitan" star, who hails from Bengaluru.
Asked if he'd ever work in the south, he said: "If I ever really look for a change, then I'd probably think of doing some interesting projects."
At the fest, Gulshan's 2012 critically acclaimed film "Peddlers" will have its India premiere. It also featured in the Film Market, an initiative to facilitate a much-needed opportunity for filmmakers in India to get their movie made or distributed.
In Bollywood, he currently has two projects - "Cabaret" and "Love Affair".