"When I got 'Raabta', I felt that I really got a platform to explore a character. I went through workshops for the first time and I realised that I enjoyed it a lot. So, from loving, being in front of the camera to actually falling in love with the craft, was a process for me. I eventually realised my method of acting, what works or doesn't work for me. Little things made me grow as an actor. For instance, initially when you start acting you have a tendency of saying dialogue to dialogue and then someone tells you to just break that pattern and talk and not say just the dialogue (on paper)," she says.