The pretty and talented actress Shanvi Srivastava has dubbed her own voice this time for two of her most anticipated movies this season - Avane Sriman Narayana and Geetha. The Varanasi born actress, who lives in Mumbai, completes her five year journey in Sandalwood which she started with Chandralekha in 2014.
"I have been learning Kannada for quite some time now. I always believe that an actor should dub in one's own voice for the characters they portray. However, at times due to various other reasons such as dialect and pronunciation issue, the directors usually take a call on it to get it dubbed by others. But this time I am glad that I have dubbed my own voice for both Avane Sriman Narayana and Geetha," Shanvi Srivastava says.
I have done my best with the dubbing and hope that the audience will appreciate it, she says, adding that she is still learning the language and wishes to improve it further in the coming days.
While she plays the role of a journalist as Lakshmi in Avane Sriman Narayana with a difference set in the 70s and 80s alongside Rakshit Shetty, she will be seen opposite Golden star Ganesh in Geetha.
Of late, several actresses have expressed their wish to dub in their voice as it adds value and life to the character their portray.