Happy I got to abuse in 'Tamasha': Deepika Padukone

New delhi,November 24: 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 alongwith actor Ranbir Kapoor and director Imtiaz Ali was in the capital to promote "Tamasha", which arrives in theatres this Friday.

It has been eight years since Deepika started her showbiz journey and the actress has undergone immense transformation and today stands tall with films like "Piku", "Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani", "Finding Fanny" and "Cocktail" to her credit.

The actress said she is finally in a place where she is enjoying her craft and being in front of the camera.

Post "Tamasha", Deepika, 29, will be seen in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Bajirao Mastani", which also stars her rumoured boyfriend Ranveer Singh and Priyank Chopra.

When asked who out of Ranbir and Ranveer is a prankster, Deepika named her ex-flame.

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