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I wouldn’t say it’s effortless for me to be glamorous.
– Jacqueline Fernandez
In ‘Brothers,’ I am going into a zone that is something that I have not done. It’s a very simple and desi character. It’s also a character that I think a lot of people would not have expected me to do.
It was exciting for me, as I got to be one of the guys in ‘Dishoom.’
The scariest thing about ‘Roy’ was that it was sync sound. So, I had to worry about my diction all the more along with my emotions, acting, and my dialogues. That was very challenging because it pushed me to work on my Hindi, and in a good way.
Bollywood being Bollywood, you hear promises all the time.
The first time I joined the gym was during the Miss Sri Lanka pageant in 2006. Then, I went for the Miss Universe contest where I was exposed to girls who were very fit for their age. They could have joined the Olympics. They were doing crazy exercises.
The most important thing is that you don’t bore the audience.
I was very confused in the beginning about my red carpet appearances and wanted to try every look, be it grungy, girly, punk or bohemian.
I have spent quite some time in Malaysia, as my mother is from there. And shooting there was a great experience.
I believe in clean skin and using a good cleanser, toner, and moisturiser.
I usually play the role of a glamourous girl or a Miss Goody-two-shoes.
Before I was cast for ‘Brothers,’ we all knew that Karan Johar was looking for an actress for to play a mother’s role. I never thought that he would think of casting me.
The Bhatts are an amazing family and a production house to work with, and I guess anyone will back me up for this.
Our craft is all we have. So, we should keep it challenging and exciting. Else, there’s no actual growth.
Neither am I on an extreme diet nor am I on an extreme workout.
It is important to choose your director and co-stars well.
So far, I’m known for doing more commercial and glamorous roles. But I don’t mind doing a short film.
When I first came to India from Sri Lanka, people were surprised to see my toned arms. I had come right after the Miss Universe pageant.
I would recommend all girls to please oil their hair at least once a week.
I think it’s really important for actors to add some shock value to whatever they do. I think the audience gets bored very easily, and it’s really important to keep experimenting.
Post ‘Kick,’ I was flooded with offers. The film has given me a solid fan base even in Dubai and Bahrain.
The only thing that comes naturally to me is my energy.
I am single and enjoying it. My work is keeping me busy.
Moving to India was challenging being a foreigner. I don’t have any family here. I didn’t have anyone to guide me. But I never felt for a second that I am not welcome here.
I enjoy doing comedy.
I’m very used to being in India now and to working with actors and directors I’m comfortable with because I know them already.
I wish actors got more credit for humour.
When it comes to my skin, I experiment with a lot of home remedies.
It’s a great feeling when your work is appreciated.
I feel there’s always time for relationship.