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Jacqueline Fernandez: No one can stop me from having a child

Saturday, January 27, 2018

Jacqueline Fernandez has an interesting line-up of films. She has been shooting with Salman Khan for Race 3 and has also wrapped up major portions of Tarun Mansukhani's Drive. She has made it big without any godfather in the industry.

About her journey and about surviving in Bollywood, Jacqueline said, "The minute you're confident about your craft, you'll succumb to stupid choices, take on the wrong roles, work with the wrong people or compromise yourself. When you're not self-assured, you believe you can be replaced. So, you end up being a slave to other people. That should never be the case."

She has been linked with Sidharth Malhotra, Arjun Kapoor and Salman Khan in the recent past. However, Jacqueline has always maintained that she is single. Last year, there were reports about a rift in Sidharth and Alia's relationship due to his closeness to Jacqueline.

She had then said, "When these rumours started, initially, I was like, 'Theek hai, it's just a momentary thing and it will stop.' But it really started irking me when they got to the point of saying I unfollowed Alia."

Jacqueline spoke to a leading magazine about her love life. The actress who had once dated director Sajid Khan said in an interview that she is not looking to get married.

She said, "I don't find the need to settle down. If I find someone good. But if I don't, no one can stop me from having a child. Sometimes, I wonder if I want to bring someone into this world and put them through this."

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