Unperturbed by box office profits and losses, actress Deepika Padukone says she wants to venture into film production in the near future because she likes to organise things.
The 29-year-old star, whose latest on-screen outing "Tamasha" opposite Ranbir Kapoor is doing good at the box office, said her motive of trying her luck in production is not to mint money.
"I want to venture into production and be a producer or line producer some day because I feel I have that kind of personality. I like to organise, put things together and make things happen. I don't want to be a producer because I want to make money," Deepika said.
The actress said though she still does not have much understanding of the technical aspect of filmmaking but by becoming a producer she wants to bring out films, which audience can enjoy.
"I just don't want to get involved in any kind of business in context of cinema. Profit, loss, box office none of that," she added.
When asked if given a chance, which films of hers she would like to produce, Deepika said, "It would be 'Piku', 'Love Aajkal', 'Cocktail' and 'Tamasha' because these films are very close to my heart and they are special for me."