October 29 : Jacqueline Fernandez is excited to start shoot after almost seven months. Once she starts shooting from the first week of November, she will be very busy as the actress will shoot back-to-back for two films.
Jacqueline, who was last seen in Race 3, has some interesting projects up her sleeves. From the first week of November, the actress will shoot back-to-back for Saif Ali Khan and Arjun Kapoor starrer Bhoot Police, and Ranveer Singh starrer Cirkus.
Bhoot Police was announced last year with Saif Ali Khan, Ali Fazal and Fatima Sana Shaikh. But after a year, the makers announced the film with new cast. While Saif was retained, Ali Fazal and Fatima Sana Shaikh have been dropped. Instead, Arjun Kapoor, Jacqueline Fernandez and Yami Gautam have been cast.
During the coronavirus pandemic, Jacqueline was spending time at her mentor Salman Khan’s farmhouse in Panvel. The actress was shooting for the action thriller Attack along with John Abraham, who is also producing it, when it was halted due to the COVID-19 lockdown. While she was in Panvel, she signed Bhoot Police and Cirkus.
In 2018, Jacqueline took a break from films and enrolled herself for an acting course at Ivana Chubbuck Studio in Los Angeles.
Jacqueline will soon jet off to Dharamshala to start shooting for the horror comedy Bhoot Police with Saif, Arjun, and Yami. The film will roll in the first week of November. “I’m super excited to kickstart Bhoot Police as it’s a different genre I will be exploring,” the actress told Mumbai Mirror. The Bhoot Police team will shoot for over a month at real locations in Dharamshala, which will be followed by shooting in Mumbai for a few days in January, after which the film will be wrapped up.
While Rohit Shetty’s comic caper Cirkus, with Ranveer Singh, Pooja Hegde and Varun Sharma will start shoot in Mumbai in mid-November, followed by shoot in Ooty and Goa, Jacqueline will join the team after she wraps up Bhoot Police. Based on Shakespeare’s play, The Comedy of Errors, both Ranveer and Varun will be seen in double roles.