Jacqueline Fernandez considers Kick a turning point in her life, and says before featuring in the Salman Khan-starrer, she lacked confidence.
“Post-Kick, things have changed. Since Kick, it has been great work (for me) and it has been good. The offers have been great too. I am hoping I just keep growing,” Jacqueline said.
“I think what went wrong before Kick was... I feel I didn’t have any confidence before Kick. That was the only thing which went wrong. When I look back, I feel I didn’t have the confidence back then,” she added.
“It is extremely exciting. When you are a part of big commercial films, it’s an amazing feeling. Having back-to-back releases feels great. It is taxing as well. You have to be on it, be aware, be focussed... And it can get very taxing”, said the actor. Jacqueline was recently seen in Housefull 3 and Dishoom and now she is busy promoting her forthcoming entertainer A Flying Jatt. The actor revealed that she was initially scared of 7-feet high Australian actor and retired professional wrestler, Nathan, but later bonded well while working on A Flying Jatt. “First time when I saw Nathan, he looked scary. I used to talk to Nathan about Hollywood, ask him about how it is like working with this or that actor. We used to gossip about Hollywood. It was cool. I enjoyed his company,” Jacqueline said.
She also revealed that both her co-stars from A Flying Jatt - Nathan and Tiger Shroff are introverts.