Bollywood actors have set a new trend of acting in international films, like Priyanka Chopra in "Baywatch" and Deepika Padukone in "xXx: The Return of Xander Cage." Now, Jacqueline Fernandez is also following the path as she will be seen in a British film "Definition of Fear."
She will play the lead role in the flick, which is a psychological thriller, and it also stars Mercedes Papalia, Katherine Barrell and Blythe Hubbard. The Sri Lankan beauty will appear as a psychological student in the film, which has made her work on her accent.
"That ('Definition of Fear ') came during a 40-day window which I had in between my Bollywood films. I wanted to take up because I have never done anything in English before. As an actor, I wanted to be a part of the film. It was a physiological thriller, a genre which I have never done before," Jacqueline told Press Trust of India.
"The weirdest part was that I had to cut down on my American and British accent. I was told every time that I need to change my accent. I have learnt the American accent by watching Hollywood films," the actress added.
Meanwhile, Jacqueline is also busy with many Bollywood projects. She will be seen in Sajid-Farhad's "Haousefull 3," which is scheduled to be released on June 3. The comedy flick will also star Akshay Kumar, Abhishek Bachchan, Riteish Deshmukh, Lisa Haydon, Boman Irani and Nargis Fakhri in key roles.
Jacqueline is currently shooting for Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK's "Bang Bang 2," which has been called as "Not Bang Bang 2" as it is said not to be a sequel of the Hrithik Roshan-starrer. The "Brothers" actress will be seen opposite Sidharth Malhotra in the film.
Jacqueline will also be seen in Varun Dhawan and John Abraham-starrer "Dishoom" and Tiger Shroff's "A Flying Jatt."