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Don't take comparisons too seriously, says Race 3 star Jacqueline Fernandez

The shoot of Race 3 is going on with Salman Khan and Anil Kapoor.

Edited by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: December 26, 2017 14:53 IST ]
Jacqueline Fernandez

Actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who is occupied with the work of her upcoming film Race 3, has stated that she doesn’t believe in taking comparisons very seriously. The lady also featured in the second part of the franchise which also starred Deepika Padukone.

On being compared with Deepika, Jacqueline told media here: "I don't really see the comparison but I just know that I concentrate on my work and I don't think you can take those comparisons too seriously, because you are on your own and each one brings her/his individuality when it comes to play a certain character."

The shoot of "Race 3" is going on with Salman Khan and Anil Kapoor.

It's like one big family, Jacqueline said on the sidelines of a Christmas celebration with underprivileged children organised here by RPG Foundation under their 'Pehle Akshar' initiative on Monday.

"On Sunday (December 24), the entire team of 'Race 3' was there. We were just celebrating Anil (Kapoor) sir's first day on ‘Race 3'. We were also celebrating Salman's (Khan) big hit ‘Tiger Zinda Hai' and obviously Salman's birthday is also coming up. So, ‘Race 3' team is like one big family.

"We are really having fantastic time together. I think Ramesh Taurani is just an amazing producer. We are very excited for the new revamped ‘Race 3' and we are very excited for doing lot of action."

Jacqueline will also be seen in Drive opposite Sushant Singh Rajput.

"'Drive' is releasing soon. We are working very hard on the finishing of the film and the dubbing and last-minute portions, so it should be releasing very soon."

(With IANS Inputs)

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