Jacqueline Fernandez adds another feather on her hat by learning 'Funambulism' for Bachchan Pandey
Jacqueline Fernandez, who recently wrapped filming for Sajid Nadiadwala's Bachchan Pandey in Jaisalmer, trained a unique art form.
The actress perfected the art of tightrope walking, also known as funambulism. Walking along a thin wire or rope is a technique with a long history in different countries and is typically practised by natives.
Jacqueline learnt this art form in a week time. She was in Jaisalmer for about 3 weeks. A close source said, "It is a tough art to learn where one needs to have the correct body balance to walk on a rope which is tied at a height of almost 8-10 ft above the ground. Jacqueline learnt the art with ease, her excitement to learn the art made her journey of learning easy."
"She has also trained herself in pole dancing and aerial yoga earlier on a personal level which we believe helped her to get the balancing part of the art correctly. She has given some amazing shots and left everyone spellbound in learning the art so perfectly," the source added further.
This will be Jacqueline and Nadiadwala's 8th collaboration, and the pair will continue to collaborate on Kick 2 in addition to Bachchan Pandey. Bachchan Pandey, directed by Farhad Samji and produced by Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment, is scheduled to hit theatres on January 26, 2022.
Jacqueline has also started shooting for her next venture, Ram Setu, along with Akshay Kumar, Nushrratt Bharuchha.