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Sangati Jogwar

Jacqueline Fernandez is a hot Bollywood actress who has managed to survive ups and downs in her career thanks to some good films. The gorgeous actress is not only a beauty queen but is a fantastic dancer and amazes every time with her sexy grooves.

In a recent video, the former model who debuted in Bollywood with a fantasy drama by Sujay Ghosh titled “Aladin” is seen grooving to a foot-tapping number rehearsing for a shoot or a stage show. Even during the rehearsals, the actress is focusing on getting her every step right. To watch Jacqueline sway in a black outfit is quite mesmerizing.


Tremendous Journey From Miss Sri Lanka To B-town Actress

In 2006, Jacqueline Fernandez became Miss Sri Lanka and represented the country at Miss Universe the same year. The actress has a multiracial family background with Canadian, Sri Lankan, and Malaysian descent. Interestingly, she was brought up in Bahrain and graduated from the University of Sydney in mass communication.

Although “Aladin” was her debut movie she got a breakthrough with her role in the movie “Murder 2” opposite Imraan Hashmi. It was a psychological thriller released in 2011. Since then she has worked in many commercially successful movies including “Housefull 2” and “Housefull 4,” “Race 2,” “Kick,” and “Judwa 2.”

Her song from “Race 2” “Muzhe to teri lat lag gayi” was a big hit and her dancing skills were very much appreciated. But her big break was “Kick” that helped her enter the mainstream Bollywood cinema. Currently, she is busy promoting her new movie “Drive” opposite Sushant Singh Rajput and has also signed a new flick with her “Dhishoom” co-star John Abraham. Titled “Attack,” the film will be the first directorial venture of Lakshay Raj Anand and is based on a true story.

It has been a long journey for Jacqueline Fernandez who has not only established herself as an actress and model but also as a prolific dancer in the Indian film industry.

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