BizAsia talks to Jacqueline Fernandez about ��Kick�۪


Jacqueline Fernandez has not been in the Bollywood industry for very long but she definitely has made her mark with her roles in ��Aladdin�۪ (2009) and more recently as Omisha in ��Race 2�۪ (2013). She has proved her worth with her sultry dance moves and is set to hit the screen with Salman Khan this week with her next film ��Kick�۪. BizAsia caught up with the actress before the release to find out more about her upcoming release and to hear more about how she felt about starring opposite Khan.

<b>BizAsia</b> talks to Jacqueline Fernandez

Tell me about your character in ��Kick�۪.

I play this girl called Shaina and she is your simple normal girl, really studious girl from Delhi. She leads a very normal life until one day a pretty insane crazy guy comes into her life and changes everything so that pretty much what starts it all.

What made you choose to do this film?

If you were offered a film with Salman Khan, would you think about it? (laughs) Would you even give it a second thought?

What was it like working with Salman Khan on the sets of ��Kick�۪?

He is an extremely professional person. He comes on sets and he is pretty much no nonsense. He has so much dedication and focus with every scene which I think is amazing. It was a fantastic experience just working with him.

Did you ever have a moment on set where you thought I am working with Salman Khan?

Every single second, every single second. It was insane.

What was your most memorable moment working on the sets of ��Kick�۪?

I don�۪t know. Maybe when we were in Poland, we had so much fun there because we would take a little bit of time off after we shot some amazing stuff which we were really happy with. During our time off, we went to museums and art shows and to old town in Warsaw and the whole team and Salman were so much fun to be around so I made some really cool memories.

What was it like working with Sajid Nadiadwala?

He is so amazing as a director, such a sweet calm person and the most amazing part was that he could direct me for who I was and had a real knack for explaining things to me. He made my job so easy.

Your image has changed a lot from your look in ��Aladdin�۪ to ��Murder 2�۪ and now in ��Kick�۪. Was the change in image a conscious decision of yours?

I don�۪t think there was one. I just wanted to be a part of good films with good actors and good directors. I didn�۪t want to settle for anything less and that was pretty much it.

Salman Khan is singing in ��Kick�۪. Would you ever consider singing in an upcoming film of yours?

I would do it. I would probably have to hear my voice first, otherwise I would drop the idea completely if I didn�۪t like it. If it�۪s required and would add to the film then I would do it.

Your fans were incredibly excited on Twitter when we told them we were interviewing you. Do you have a few words for them?

I love my fans on Twitter, they are so loving, cute and supportive and they make my day every day when I read my tweets in the morning. I want to dedicate this interview to them.

BizAsia wishes Jacqueline Fernandez and the team of ��Kick�۪ all the best for their upcoming release. ��Kick�۪ releases nationwide on Friday 25th July.

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