Who is Jacqueline Fernandez
Jacqueline Fernandez is a Bollywood actress known for her performances in films like Kick (2014), Housefull 3 (2016) and Judwaa 2 (2017). Due to his popularity and earnings, She appeared in the Celebrity 100 list in Forbes India in 2013.
Early life and her Childhood
Jacqueline Fernandez was born on August 11, 1985 in Manama, Bahrain. She is 36 years old and under the star sign of Leo. She holds Sri Lankan citizenship and follows Christianity. Likewise, Fernandez comes from a multi-racial family. Jacqueline’s father’s name is Elroy Fernandez. Elroy is a Sri Lankan bourgeois. Similarly, her mother’s name is Kim.
And Kim is Malaysian and Canadian. Additionally, Jacqueline’s paternal grandfather is Canadian and her paternal grandparents are from Goa, India. Her father was a musician in Sri Lanka and moved to Bahrain in the 1980s to escape civil strife between Tamils and Sinhalese. Eventually, her father met her mother who was a flight attendant. Jacqueline has an older sister and two younger brothers.
Also, one of his brother’s names is Warren Fernandez. But the names of his other siblings are not available so far. About the history of Jacqueline’s degree, he received his first study in Bahrain. After graduation,She received education to the sydney university. She graduated in Media and Communications in Sydney, Australia. And, after graduation, Jacqueline did a few TV shows in Sri Lanka. Also, he attended the Berlitz language school, where She learned Spanish and improved his French and Arabic.
In 2009, Jacqueline Fernandez went to India for a modeling career. While there, he received acting lessons from British-Indian film manager Barry John. Later, She successfully auditioned for the fantasy romance “Aladdin,” taking on the role of the leading lady, Jasmine. The film also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Sahil Khan, Riteish Deshmukh and Sanjay Dutt and was released on October 30, 2009. The film was a commercial failure, and Fernandez himself received a lot of criticism for his acting.
Despite this, she received the IIFA award for Star Debut of the Year – Female for the film. She shared screen space with Deshmukh again in her next release, the 2010 sci-fi romance “Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai.” It portrays Tara, an alien girl from Venus who comes to Earth looking for love. This movie was also a flop. In fact, film critic Anupama Chopra compared Fernandez to a “balloon runner” in her scathing review of the film. That year he also did the item number “Aapka Kya Hoga Janabe Ali” (Dhanno) in the movie “Housfull”.
In 2011, he was cast in “Murder 2” which became a huge hit. After the success of this film, she appeared as one of the female leads in “Housfull 2” (2012). He played Bobby, the love interest of John Abraham’s character, Max. Although the film was critically acclaimed, it was one of the most successful box office films of the year. Fernandez returned in 2016 for ‘Housfull 3’, playing a character named Ganga “Gracy” Patel this time, the love interest of Akshay Kumar’s Sandy.
In 2013, she portrayed Omisha, the female lead in the 2013 action thriller “Race 2.” Alongside Saif Ali Khan, Anil Kapoor, Deepika Padukone and Abraham, Fernandez learned fencing and some acrobatics to show off his character. Despite this, he was another target of negative reviews for his performance. In Prabhu Deva’s directorial venture “Ramaiya Vastavaiya”, She did a special performance as himself in the song “Jaadu Ki Jhappi”.
The 2014 release “Kick” is the biggest breakthrough of his career to date. The film also stars Salman Khan, Randeep Hooda and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Fernandez called Dr. Shaina Mehra, a doctor living in Warsaw, Poland, has allowed herself to hold her own voice for the first time in a movie. The movie is about a thrill seeker named Devi Lal Singh, who under the alias of Devil becomes a famous thief. Her next venture was Vikramjit Singh’s romantic thriller ‘Roy’ in 2015. She also appeared in two other Indian films that year, ‘Bangistan’ and ‘Brothers’.
In the musical “The Definition of Music”, Fernandez portrayed Sarah Fording, a psychology student. As well as being his first British film, it was also his first outing as a director. In 2016, he acted in several films including “Housefull 3”, “Dishoom” and “A Flying Jatt”. Fernandez made his debut in Sri Lankan cinema in 2017 in the English movie “According to Matthew”. In the 2017 film “A Gentleman”, she worked with Siddharth Malhotra.
He acted in “Judwaa 2”, a remake/sequel/reboot of the 1997 film “Judwaa” directed by David Dhawan, who directed the original. A huge success at the box office, the film saw Fernandez portraying Alishka Bakshi, one of the two female leads.
Fernandez made an appearance in “Baaghi 2” (2018) with the song “Ek Do Teen”. Originally featured in the 1988 film ‘Tezaab’, this song was sung by veteran actress Madhuri Dixit. Fernandez’s show was not well received by celebrities and fans. Inevitably, there are comparisons, with many calling the new model “uninteresting” and “extreme”.
Fernandez is one of the judges for the ninth season (2016-17) of the TV show “Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa”. He will appear in the movie “Drive” in the third installment of the movie Race.
He has been the brand ambassador for HTC One since early 2013. She was the first face of the Indian Bridal Fashion Week-IBFW of 2013. That year, she was chosen as the spokesperson for Forevermark Diamonds by Gareth Pugh in Mumbai and was present at the opening of the Forever 21 store in the city. . Fernandez also joined Arbaaz Khan and Aditya Roy Kapur in the launch of the Gillette shaving system.
Jacqueline Fernandez is involved in many charities and causes. In 2011, representing People for the Treatment of Animals (PETA), She wrote a letter to the Mumbai Municipal Commissioner asking him to ban horse-drawn carriages in the city. She also spoke to the Philippine Consulate General, William John T Perera in Colombo in early 2013 about transferring the elephant from its inadequate home at the Manila Zoo to a safe home.
PETA honored her with “Woman of the Year” in 2014. She hosted a breakfast in Mayfair, London in 2013 to raise money for children’s primary education. In March 2016, she led the “Jacqueline Builds” campaign, which raised money for the victims of the 2015 floods in southern India.