Jacqueline Fernandez recently confirmed to HT Café that she will be part of an upcoming Indo-Chinese film starring Jackie Chan and Amitabh Bachchan. Now, she confirms recent rumours of another international offer — US-based director James Simpson’s Definition Of Fear.
Jacqueline reveals that the makers approached her from London. “They were keen to sign me. The offer came from them, without me taking any initiative. It came as a shock to me. They have offered me the lead role. I am excited to work with Simpson, who has directed actors like Al Pacino and Penelope Cruz,” she says.
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The film goes on floors this month. “It will be shot abroad and will be a completely new experience for me. We start shooting this month. I will have three female co-stars and I play a psychology student,” adds the actor.
Jacqueline believes that her last hit opposite Salman Khan helped her bag this film. She says, “Indian films get so much recognition in the international market. I’m sure that Salman’s films create immense buzz there as well. I think the success of my last release has made me visible at the international level.”