Jacqueline Fernandez considers Salman Khan-starrer, Kick (2014) a defining moment in her life, and said before the film she needed trust in herself. "Post-Kick, things have changed. Since Kick, it has been awesome work (for me) and it has been great. The offers have been incredible as well. I am trusting I simply continue developing," said Jacqueline amid a meeting.
Remarking on how she felt about functioning in the business prior, the performing artist said, "I think what turned out badly before was… I feel I didn't have any certainty before Kick . That was the main thing which turned out badly. When I think back, I feel I didn't have the certainty in those days."
The 31-year-old who is of Sri Lankan cause has been making the most of her tryst with business film in Bollywood."It is greatly energizing. When you are a piece of huge business movies, it's a stunning feeling. Having consecutive discharges feels extraordinary. It is saddling also. You must be on it, know, be focussed… What's more, it can get exceptionally exhausting," said the performer.
Jacqueline's late discharges incorporate the outfit cast film, Housefull 3 , Varun Dhawan and John Abraham-starrer Dishoom and her up and coming film A Flying Jatt inverse Tiger Shroff.