Partners often depend on each other to take big decisions in life. And looks like Sajid Khan alone has been calling the shots, when it comes to sweetheart Jacqueline Fernandez’s professional life.
Our sources say that Sajid, who also co-judges the show, apparently ruled out Jacqui coming there to promote her next film.
An informer says, `Initially, Saif Ali Khan, John Abraham, Deepika Padukone, Anil Kapoor and Ameesha Patel were to come on the show. But their dates were not matching, so finally it was just Jacqueline and Deepika Padukone who were slotted to come.
However, Jacqui pulled out at the last moment and it was only Dippy who promoted the film on the show. The source adds, `Sajid didn’t want Jacqui to come on the show. It was mutually decided between them that they shouldn’t appear on the show together, as it may not prove to be good for them in the public eye.`
Jacqueline Fernandez has developed a passion for high-end automobiles after shooting for her next thriller
Jacqueline Fernandez was never into cars. It was always a guy-thing for her.
But after having worked in Abbas-Mustan’s upcoming thriller, the actress feels her knowledge about automobiles has increased manifold. As she had to shoot at some exotic locations with a wide range of luxury cars in the film, Jacqui now feels she is well versed about wheel-deals.
Says a source, `Any one who travels with Jacqueline now has noticed that when any high-end car passes by, she is the first one to notice the model, the edition and its approximate price. She now seems to know it all. She feels she is now one of the guys and can talk about cars with them.
The actress was really impressed with the car sequences in the film and was excited to be part of them as well. `As Abbas-Mustan is known for their elaborate chase scenes, Jacqueline had an opportunity to step up the accelerator as well.`
The actress, who grew up in Bahrain where her folks are based, may have been used to fancy cars on the streets but after shooting for this film her technical knowledge has upped a great deal.