'Roy' came to me much before Ranbir: Jacqueline
New Delhi: Jacqueline Fernandez is excited about 'Roy' with Ranbir Kapoor but says she signed the project not because it stars the 'Barfi!' actor.
Jacqueline, 28, who was last seen in multi-starrer thriller 'Race 3', said she chose to be a part of it because she found the script interesting.
"'Roy' is a very interesting film. It is being directed by debut filmmaker Vicky Singh. The film came to me much before Ranbir and I signed it that time only without thinking about my co-star. Ranbir came to board much later and I feel it is much exciting now," she said.
The Sri Lankan beauty will also be seen opposite superstar Salman Khan in 'Kick'. The film is the remake of Telugu blockbuster of the same name and will be made by Sajid Nadiawala.
"'Kick' is the biggest opportunity of my career so far. I am so happy that my career graph is going up positively. I worked with Sajid (Nadiawala) in 'Housefull 2' and he gave me the chance to star opposite Salman. I don't know from where this luck came from," Jacqueline said, who also did an item number 'Jadoo Ki Jhappi' with choreographer ace Prabhu Deva.
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