Actress Deepika Padukone, who is working alongside Superstar Rajinikanth for the first time in 'Kochadaiyaan', considers herself lucky to be working with much a passionate and humble person.
“I've finished shooting with Rajinikanth. Different people praise him in different ways. But I feel one will truly realize what he is only if you meet him. He is extremely humble and passionate about his work. I've never seen a person as passionate as him about work," said Deepika Padukone to IANS.
"I definitely consider myself lucky to get an opportunity to work with him," she added.
'Kochadaiyaan' is a 3D drama movie. It is the first Indian movie to use performance capturing technology, the same technology used in movies like ‘Avatar’ and ‘The Adventures of Tin Tin’ by James Cameron and Steven Spielberg respectively.
The movie is directed by Rajinikanth's daughter Soundarya.
Deepika Padukone said that she won’t be doing anymore South Indian movies for atleast 6 months but feels that "actresses have enough scope to prove themselves down south".
The actress is glad with the kind of movies that are being offered to her.
“Sometimes I feel it was like a dream come true but I have really worked hard to be where I am today. I am happy with the kind of films that are lined up for me," she concluded.