Jacqueline Fernandez: never felt like an outsider

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Mumabi: She stepped into tinsel city in 2009 with 'Aladin' and he or she has been on a appear film industry ever since. Sri Lankan beauty Jacqueline Fernandez says she was welcome within the Hindi screenland 'very warmly' and was ne'er created to want an outsider.
Asked if she ever felt like an outsider, Jacqueline told IANS over phone from Mumbai: "Really surprisingly, I ne'er did (feel like associate degree oustider) as a result of i used to be welcome terribly warmly. i used to be ne'er extremely created to want an outsider."

But the 30-year previous says she did face language problems at first. "Initially, I had the language drawback however that sort of got worked on and folks were too terribly collateral of it and really understanding regarding it also," extra the role player, WHO was topped Miss Universe country in 2006.
Jacqueline, in her seven years in film industry, has worked with celebrities like Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor. "It's been nice," she says.
"I have American statet some extremely superb individuals on the means WHO have extremely quite helped me during this journey. while not them, none of this may are attainable," aforesaid the role player, WHO is presently judgement the ninth season of celebrity dance-based show 'Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa' on colours channel.
The role player was recently seen in Rohit Dhawan's action journey film 'Dishoom', that conjointly stars actors Varun Dhawan and John Ibrahim. she's going to even be seen in choreographer-director Remo D'souza's coming superhero film 'A Flying Jatt'.


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