Over the years, Jacqueline has featured in films such as “Kick”, “Murder 2”, “Dishoom”, “Judwaa 2” and “Race 3”. She feels blessed to have worked with some of the best in the industry. “In my career so far, I feel blessed to have worked with renowned people from the industry — be it directors or actors. Additionally, I’m ecstatic and grateful to have got the opportunity to do different, exciting and challenging roles. I have learned a lot with every role and movie I have done so far, which has further helped me evolve as an artist and an individual,” Jacqueline told in an interview.
“I hope to continue to do good work and I’m looking forward to different learning experiences with each project,” she added. Over the years, Jacqueline has featured in genres like thriller, action, drama and comedy, but she aspires to be an action star. “I am glad to have experimented with so many genres and equally excited to try my hand at many more. I definitely enjoy ‘action’ a lot and hope to be an action icon one day,” she said.
Jacqueline recently made her digital debut in the web series “Mrs Serial Killer” on Netflix. When asked about How does she see the boom of digital platforms and if it give a competition to the movie-going experience, Jacqueline said “Times have changed and in these few months the entire economy has witnessed a major paradigm shift. OTT platforms have been the go-to medium for content creators considering its dynamic nature, which has allowed viewers to enjoy fresh content from the safety of their homes, fulfilling social distancing norms. However, as an actor and a viewer, I cannot compare the experience of watching a movie on the phone or television screen at home with watching a premiere in the theatre with friends and family,”.