She made her wide screen debut seven years prior and Jacqueline Fernandez says she is an a great deal more certain performing artist today and gropes prepared to take testing parts. The on-screen character initially showed up in Sujoy Ghosh's dream dramatization "Aladin" before sacking her leap forward part in Mohit Suri's mental thriller 'Homicide 2'. "I am a more certain on-screen character today. The change is unquestionably inescapable. It should be there, you have to develop. So that is the reason I am anticipating significantly more difficult parts today than any time in recent memory.
The 31-year old performing artist has worked in huge movies like 'Race 2', 'Siblings', 'Housefull 3' and the Salman Khan starrer-'Kick'. Inquired as to whether chiefs have not tapped her maximum capacity as a performing artist, Jacqueline said, "Perhaps yes. I don't know whether executives haven't took advantage of it however perhaps, I wasn't prepared some time recently. Presently I do feel prepared to go up against all the more difficult stuff. Prior, I think I most likely had not sufficiently given (in my parts) since I wasn't prepared for them."
The on-screen character, who as of late featured in "Dishoom" is set for her next, 'A Flying Jatt'. Jacqueline feels her point of view towards the art of acting has changed and she will contribute significantly more than what she used to before. "Presently, the sort of parts I do and the movies I go up against, I take a gander at them in an unexpected way. The point of view has certainly changed. I am getting a charge out of the procedure. So starting now and into the foreseeable future, I will give them significantly all the more so then it levels the chiefs a great deal." 'A Flying Jatt' will highlight Jacqueline as the affection enthusiasm to Tiger Shroff's character of a superhero. The Remo D'Souza-coordinated superhero-activity film is planned to discharge on August 25.