Nothing wrong in kissing on screen, says Jacqueline Fernandez

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Jacqueline Fernandez, who is gearing up for her upcoming film, rubbishes all reports of toning down her hotness quotient and not doing any kissing on screen. “I have done it in Murder 2 and I would like to believe, as actors we have a role to perform and if I feel it’s (kissing) right I will do it. There’s nothing wrong with it,” says Jacqueline. What about rumours of her dating director Sajid Khan, who is said to be the one taking a call with respect to her films and wardrobe?

“It’s not true. I am a big girl and can make my own decisions. People like to be curious but there are certain things you need to keep for yourself and that’s what I intend doing,” she states firmly.
Currently, Jacqueline has put all her energies into Race 2 for which she confesses to have worked the “hardest”.

“Being a thriller, the characters are full of grey shades and secretive, so it was something I had to work on,” says the hottie. Since the makers wanted her character to connect with the Gen-X, it’s edgier and grungier. “I have dyed my hair black because it’s a dark character. Physically, to be fit for the role, I trained for three months,” informs the actress who also considers Murder 2 her most challenging role so far.

“It was a murder mystery, gory and very bold. I was new to that genre, that intensity and felt like a newcomer,” she says.

After her outing as a solo heroine starting with her debut film Aladdin, Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai Tu and Murder 2, Jacqueline is being seen in multi-starrers. “It’s fun. You end up bonding and getting to know people. Also, I see it as an opportunity to grow. In Race 2, I learned a lot working with Saif, who is very helpful,” says Jacqueline.

Nevertheless, she is looking to go solo next!

The Sri Lankan beauty also grabbed headlines when she bought an island in her home country. The actress says that she has always been meaning to buy an island in Sri Lanka as an investment for the entire family. When asked if she is planning to construct an amusement park or something else there,

Jacqueline confess that she is still figuring out whether she wants to make it a family home or something else. (DNA)