Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez makes a stunning style statement in a leotard, in her new post for fans on social media.
Jacqueline posted a picture on Instagram, where she is seen sitting on a white tiger print sofa dressed in a black leotard. In the picture, she looks away from the camera and seems to be lost in her thoughts.
For the caption, Jacqueline Fernandez dropped a spider and a black heart emoji, cryptically indicating the black widow spider.
Jacqueline will next be seen in the horror-comedy “Bhoot Police”. She also has the Akshay Kumar-starrer “Bachchan Pandey” lined up.
Makers of the horror-comedy film “Bhoot Police” recently wrapped up shooting for the first schedule after shooting across various locations in Himachal Pradesh. Directed by Pavan Kirpalani, the film stars Saif Ali Khan, Yami Gautam, Jacqueline Fernandez and Arjun Kapoor.
Why shoot in Himachal? “We shot in Himachal Pradesh as our film’s story requirement is Himachal. We needed hill stations like Dalhousie and Dharamshala. As we did a recce for our film, the requirement and all the location we needed, and we found it in Dharamshala and Dalhousie,” explained “Bhoot Police” producer Akshai Puri.
Most producers would also say the shooting process in the state is a smooth one, on why they keep returning. “It’s always been an amazing experience shooting in Himachal Pradesh. We have had the full support of the government and local authorities, and the shoot went smoothly. We have earlier done lots of films in Himachal Pradesh, Kullu Manali. It is nothing new for us to shoot in Himachal,” added another producer of the film Ramesh Taurani.
Several other Bollywood projects are currently being shot in the hill state amid the ongoing pandemic.
Recently, filmmaker Priyadarshan shot for his upcoming film “Hungama 2” with Meezan Jaffrey, Shilpa Shetty, Paresh Rawal and others in the hilly state. Shilpa, who has been left mesmerised with the natural beauty of the mountains, kept sharing photographs and videos on social media — at times from apple orchards in Manali, at times performing yoga in open air, which she described as “being able to connect with your inner self”.