Kate Winslet believes that love scenes are part of the job of being an actress and doesn't get distracted by them while doing a film.
The British actress has been nominated under best actress and best supporting actress categories at the Oscars for her performances in Nazi era drama The Reader and the Revolutionary Road.
Winslet plays as an illiterate former concentration camp guard in The Reader.
The actress was speaking to the reporters at the Berlin Film Festival, where the film is being shown ahead of its release in Germany, the Mirror reported.
When asked whether she had any hang-ups about filming the love scenes, Winslet said, "The truth is, at the end of the day, it's part of this job. And it's a very, very important part of this love story, and so, we just got on with it really. And dare I say it, we actually had a laugh."
The star said she "felt strongly ... That I had to make her a human being".
Winslet has already bagged two awards at the Golden Globes.