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Moving to India was a challenge: Jacqueline Fernandez

For the beauty of Sri Lanka Jacqueline Fernandez, moving to India to have a career in Bollywood was a challenge. The 30-year-old actress, who made her debut with “Aladin” with Amitabh Bachchan and Riteish Deshmukh said the Hindi film industry has always been supportive of it. “Move to India was a challenge being a foreigner. I have here any family indianexpress. I have no one to guide me. But I never felt for a second that I was not welcome here. The industry has been good to me. I’m glad that fate brought me here, “he told reporters. Actress “Kick” came to India for the first time on a modeling assignment and came the offer to star in the fantasy drama directed Sujoy Ghosh 2009. Jacqueline credited modeling industry to help understand and Bollywood.
Modeling industry was a good training ground. It is a medium that is shed their inhibitions, knowing your body, trust and which are also the few features that an actor needs. It was definitely a good starting point and a platform, “he said. Known for their glamorous avatar, Jacqueline on your next trip” Brothers “is playing a mother.” Brothers is the first of its kind. I’m taking a different role compared to the parts I’ve played in my career. I’m taking the role of a mother who is going through a certain crisis of its own. This is a big turning point for me in terms of my role. “Asked if he had inhibitions about playing a mother at such an early stage of his career, Jacqueline said,” I have no fear about playing the role of a mother. I do not know why actresses are afraid to play a mother especially when we mothers of all ages in our world and society. “