After Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra, now Jacqueline Fernandez is all set to star in an English flick, and it's good to see B-town actresses making their name heard worldwide through their acting skills.
A British independent project titled, Definition of Fear, has casted Jacqueline Fernandez to star in the upcoming film and the actress says she took it up as she wants to try different things in her career.
Jacqueline Fernandez was quoted as saying,
"I have done two films outside Bollywood -- Sri Lankan and a British independent film. That came during a 40 day window which I had in between my Bollywood films. I wanted to take up because I have never done anything in English before. As an actor, I wanted to be a part of the film. It was a physiological thriller, a genre which I have never done before."
Definition of Fear, is a psychological thriller and Jacqueline Fernandez plays the character of a Psychology student. The actress had to work on her accent to match the British standards of English.
"The weirdest part was that I had to cut down on my American and British accent. I was told every time that I need to change my accent. I have learnt the American accent by watching Hollywood films," says Jacqueline Fernandez.
Jacqueline Fernandez also feels that actors should try different options and not restrict themselves to a particular genre. The actress was quoted as saying, "I think we have opened up. Bollywood has globalised. Actors are not limited anymore. Like Akshay, Riteish and others, all of us are doing bunch of other things. It was an amazing experience."