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Jacqueline Fernandez gears up for a power packed 2015

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MUMBAI: Actress Jacqueline Fernandez is Bollywood’s busy girl these days. 

The actress, who was seen in Kick opposite Salman Khan last year, spoke about her future plans and hectic schedule in a candid chat. During the chat, she revealed her love for acting and how stardom, no matter at what stage she may have achieved it, still affects her in some ways.



The long-legged Sri Lankan beauty had a very slow 2013 with almost no offers, but having passed that phase, she is now happy and grateful to Sajid Nadiadwala and Salman Khan for giving her the opportunity of a lifetime with Kick.

The actress said, “Last year I finished a Hollywood film, Definition of Fear, a Sri Lankan movie, According to Matthew and a cameo in Bangistaan. I've been shooting for Brothers since.”

Brothers is produced by Karan Johar and directed by Karan Malhotra, where for the first time she plays the role of a wife and young mother alongside Akshay Kumar. “For the first time, I was bringing something to the table. It was liberating to finally bag a meaningful role,” confessed Fernandez.

Not only that, after a busy 2014, this year also the actress has loads to look forward to with Dhishoom opposite Varun Dhawan, which goes on floors next month and Turbanator with Tiger Shroff, followed by Sajid Nadiadwala’s Housefull 3. “I'm greedy and trying to squeeze in one more movie in 2015,” she exclaimed with a smile.

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