While everyone is worried about their and their family’s safety during these turbulent times. However, sadder and scarier is the situation of those parents and children who are living away from each other during these times. One such person is the Sri Lankan beauty, Jacqueline Fernandez.
While Jacqueline is here in Mumbai during the nation the nationwide lockdown owing to the coronavirus, her parents are in Bahrain. Calling out to the irony of the situation, Jackky says that while her parents are worried about her as she stays alone, she is scared for their well being.
Opening up on her emotional state, Jacqueline has been quoted by Hindustan Times saying, “I wanted my parents to really be with me right now; I’m concerned about their health and how they are doing. The funny thing is that they’re concerned about me and are like ‘you’re all alone there’. But I’m worried about my parents being on their own.”
Explaining why she feels people living with their parents currently are the luckiest, the Kick actress says, “Right now they do need all the love, care and attention. They are vulnerable at this point, we need to be there for them.”
Jacqueline admits that felt “disoriented” during that start of the lockdown but soon began to focus on this that she could otherwise not do owing to her busy work schedule. “It just took me some time to realize what was happening and the first week was difficult. I felt a bit lost thinking about what I would do. I am brushing up my Hindi and Urdu. I am reading, catching up on world cinema besides of course keeping fit and eating right.”
On the professional front, Jacqueline was seen alongside rapper Badshah in the T-series music video Genda Phool.