Jacqueline Fernandez on visiting Ayodhya: Actress says, "I enjoy exploring Indian culture and it's diversity"
Jacqueline Fernandez, along with Akshay Kumar and Nushrratt Bharuccha went to Ayodhya for their film Ram Setu's mahurat, find out what the Kick actress has to say
Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez recently flew to Ayodhya for the mahurat of her upcoming film Ram Setu with Akshay Kumar and Nushrratt Bharuccha.
The filmmakers shared pictures from the mahurat site where Jacqueline looked gorgeous in an off white kurta with matching palazzos printed with flowers and a plain white dupatta. She puts on a black bindi and basic makeup to complete the look.
Jacqueline Fernandez shares , "I enjoy exploring Indian culture and it's diversity. People of many religion coexist here and each has its own tradition which is so interesting. My profession takes me to different parts of the country where I get opportunities to learn about social norms and heritage."
During her visit, Jacquline shared videos and pictures for her fans with the mahurat day's insights on their social media.
A source close to Jacqueline shared, "During the mahurat, they got time to explore Ayodhya and the culture there and Jacqueline made the most of it. The first thing she did was buy the native Chikankari kurtis and suits.
The source further added, "Though Jacqueline is very certain about her diet and never misses it, she couldn't resist the local food and the chaats. She had the samosa chaat, the biryani and other different types of sweets and savoury food. When the mahurat was happening, there were lots of local people that came around so Jacqueline interacted with them about their culture and traditions and just had a great time exploring the city."
Ram Setu will be Jacqueline and Akshay Kumar 5th film together. The film is inspired by Indian mythology and history. Akshay and Jacky will also be seen together in Bachchan Pandey in entirely different avatars.
This year, Jacqueline is busy with multiple projects that include Bachchan Pandey, Bhoot Police, Cirkus, Kick 2, and Ram Setu.