I am yet to sign `Definition of Fear`: Jacqueline Fernandez
New Delhi: Model-turned-actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who has grabbed headlines with the news of her debut international project ‘Definition of Fear’, says she has yet to make a final decision on the project.
The 26-year-old Sri Lankan beauty was reportedly set to face the camera for the Canadian-British film, a horror-thriller revolving around the adventures of four girls who visit a remote snow covered lake house.
"I don`t want to say much as I haven`t actually signed on anything. There have been talks and people are showing interest. I am open to doing the film as well but as of now, there aren`t any declarations that I am going to make. There are a lot of things waiting to be finalised for the film," Jacqueline said.
Jacqueline recently starred in Sajid Khan`s madhouse comedy ‘Housefull 2’ and said the film has opened doors for many project.
"I am going through an exciting time since `Housefull 2` has turned out to be a huge success. Let me revel in its success for a while. Things are looking their best today and I would be ready for some announcements after a little break," she said.
Jacqueline made her acting debut in the 2009 fantasy movie ‘Aladin’ opposite Amitabh Bachchan and Ritesh Deshmukh. But her performance went unnoticed. She delivered her first commercial hit with Mahesh Bhatt`s ‘Murder 2’.
"I do feel that I have been around for quite a while. My journey too hasn`t been all that quick though I am sure these films will take me a long way. It just warms my heart that now in `Housefull 2` I see myself playing the kind of role which I had envisioned for myself.
"It is fabulous that my mom and dad are watching me in such quintessential commercial cinema. Now that`s what the core of Bollywood movies is all about," she said.
Jacqueline would be next seen in Abbas Mustan`s ‘Race 2’ in a completely new avatar.
"It is time to move on to `Race 2`. I would be seen in an altogether different avtar there because Abbas Mustan have their own way of presenting their girls," she said.