Jacqueline Fernandes is one star who never steps back when it comes to trying new things. There’s absolutely no stopping Jacqueline from doing what she loves. Time and again, the dimpled beauty has been mesmerising her fans with new interests which make one wonder as to is there something that the lady can’t do?
After making people go weak in knees with her amazing pole-dancing skills and mastering the art of sketching and playing her fingers on the piano, the actress has been indulging in horse-riding early in the morning for her dose of Vitamin D.
The Judwaa 2 actress took to Instagram and shared a picture in which she is seen sitting on a horse, the picture is clicked from behind and she is wearing a cute pink tee from Being Human with a helmet posing sideways. Sharing the picture, she wrote, “@amateurridersclub the best way to get your Vitamin D for the day!!”
Looking at her playing piano, pole dancing, and sketching, it is sure that Jacqueline Fernandez is art lover and loves to intake as much as possible from the art forms.
Meanwhile, Jacqueline recently gave a beautiful tribute by playing the piano to her inspiration Sridevi who passed away owing to accidental drowning on 24th of Feb.
She uploaded the tributary video on her official Instagram and in honour of Sridevi wrote, "Today has been a daze for me... so many things to digest... she went too soon... I was always an admiring fan to her, she was always so gracious and kind to me... her passing has taught me something... life is so short and so fragile, every moment counts, this is not a rehearsal... there will never be anyone like her... RIP #Sridevi."
Today has been a daze for me.. so many things to digest.. she went too soon.. I was always an admiring fan to her, she was always so gracious and kind to me.. her passing has taught me something... life is so short and so fragile, every moment counts, this is not a rehearsal.. there will never be anyone like her.. RIP #sridevi 💔
The sad demise of legendary Bollywood actress Sridevi, who ruled the box office and consequently the hearts of millions for four decades, has left everyone grieving.