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Jacqueline Fernandez becomes the first female celebrity to get visibility

Jacqueline Fernandez has an infinite number of fans in Bollywood and has always impressed audiences with her smoky performance. She has now become the first woman to gain visibility at the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Casa) Airport. The actress is now appearing in an advertisement at the Saudi airport and is the first female celebrity to receive visibility at the Casa airport.

Jacqueline Fernandez has an infinite number of fans in Bollywood and has always impressed audiences with her smoky performance.

Jacqueline Fernandez becomes the first female celebrity to get visibility at Casa Airport
Jacqueline Fernandez becomes the first female celebrity to get visibility at Casa Airport

She recently did a dance number in the film Saaho, in which Jackie once again won everyone’s heart with her drunken dance moves on a chartbuster song. Not only this, he has also been appreciated for his chemistry with Prabhas. It was his first film in South and he has made a large number of people crazy there. His journey from Bollywood to South is getting much appreciation from fans.

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Being the most influential social media celebrity, Jacqueline Fernandez is a favorite among fans on all social media platforms. In less than 2 months, around 264 people have subscribed to his channel and all his videos have been viewed more than a million times so far. Jacqueline Fernandez is set to step into OTT space soon with ‘Miss Serial Killer’ and ‘Drive’. Talking about Agami films, Jacqueline will soon be seen on the big screen in ‘Kick 2’ directed by Sajid Nadiadwala and is set to rekindle the magic of her sizzling chemistry with Salman Khan.

 

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