New Delhi: Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who made her debut in a British's horror and thriller movie 'Definition of Fear,' prefers not to have any referral point of other actors or movies because she believes in creating one.
The 30-year-old beauty told ANI, "I usually don't ever use referral points of other actors or movies because you need to be able to create one of your own. Your director should be able to guide you on a certain vision. So, we pretty much focused on that and James (the director of 'Definition of Fear') has worked with a lot of actors, so I had the confidence of being in the right hand."
Directed by British filmmaker James Simpson, 'Definition of Fear' is a British film, which stars Fernandez in the lead role.
The movie's premier took place on the first day of the Delhi International film festival's fourth edition in the national capital.
Jacqueline will next be seen in Rohit Dhawan's 'Dishoom' opposite Varun Dhawan and John Abraham, Remo D'Souza's 'Flying Jat' opposite Tiger Shroff and Sajid Khan's 'Housefull 3.'