She is known to be a soft, shy person in real life but actress Deepika Padukone admits she loved using a few expletives in a scene for her upcoming film 'Tamasha'.
The official trailer of "Tamasha" sees Deepika abusing a man, who does not allow her to make a phone call. When asked about the sequence, she said, "Abusing people does not come naturally to me. So, in the scene where I am asking a man to allow me to make phone call and he does not budge and I abuse him, I enjoyed it a lot.
"It was fun because I don't get to do that in real," Deepika said.
The actress said she is finally in a place where she is enjoying her craft and being in front of the camera. "I don't think I can talk about my own growth but I can say I have learnt a lot. It has not been easy, specially for a person who comes from a different lifestyle, completely different background, to adapt to a new city, new profession and people, not understanding anything about the craft but being here because I am very passionate to be the best that I can be... I have that thing to learn. I don't mind criticism and accepting my mistakes and learning from all the films that I have done and the experiences that I had. I have learnt a lot and most importantly reached a stage in my life today where I really enjoy my craft and I enjoy spending time in front of the camera and milking that," the actress said.