Jacqueline Fernandez was born on 11 August 1985 in Manama, Bahrain to a Sri Lankan father and a Malaysian mother. She started her entertainment career in Bahrain during her teens, hosting TV shows. She studied mass communication at the University of Sydney in Australia. Returning to Sri Lanka, she worked as a reporter. There, she won the Miss Universe Sri Lanka title.
After this, she accepted modeling jobs. While in India working as a model, she auditioned for the role of Jasmine in the movie Aladin and got the part. This became her Hollywood debut. She next appeared in the film Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai. In 2011, she starred in Murder 2 and was prominently noticed. Subsequently, she starred in the films Housefull 2, Race 2 and Kick. More recently, she starred in the movies Brothers, Housefull 3 and Dishoom. She also starred in the British film Definition of Fear.
Has Jacqueline Fernandez had Plastic Surgery?
The 31-year-old actress has established herself as an actress in Bollywood. This is all thanks to her strong screen presence. With her beauty, wit and knack for acting, it’s no surprise that she was able to build a career in India. As time goes by, however, the actress’ looks become different. Her facial features have gone more refined and more glamorous. For this reason, fans and critics alike are wondering whether the Murder 2 actress has had plastic surgery to enhance her appearance.
On the other hand, some observers of Jacqueline’s face when she attended a movie screening. According to them, it seems like the actress’ is not as fresh-faced as when she started her career in Bollywood. This prompted of rumors that she may have undergone a cosmetic procedure that didn’t go well. Plastic surgery is typical in Bollywood, as it is in Hollywood. This is the industry where looks are used as assets and where celebrities change their appearances just so they could have a shot. It is still unclear whether the Sri Lankan beauty really had plastic surgery or not. But the fact remains that in Bollywood, anything is possible.