|Deepika’s online obsession|
17 May 2012
In her free time, Deepika Padukone likes to go online and check out the comments of her fans on her videos and movie scenes.
A source reveals that Dippy is so obsessed with this that she spends hours checking the feedback from her fans give on her uploaded videos and interviews. While she loves feedback from friends and family, she also feels that they might be biased and hence prefers checking comments of strangers who might actually have a neutral view. A source says, "There are many nasty comments but she laughs it off and takes them in her stride. Deepika wants to better herself as an actor and is a firm believer of constructive criticism." Attagirl!
Source: the times of india
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