In January this year, it was confirmed that Jacqueline Fernandez has signed her first Hollywood film. Titled Women's Stories, the anthology film will have six segments directed by female directors from all over the world with an all-female cast. The film was to be shot across India, the United States and Italy. Jacqueline will be featuring in Leena Yadav's Sharing A Ride along with transgender model Anjali Lama.
Now, there is an update regarding Jacqueline's role and the filming schedule of Sharing A Ride. According to an entertainment portal, the Kick actress will be playing the role of a cop in her Hollywood debut. Reportedly, Jacqueline wrapped the shoot of Sharing A Ride in October last year before beginning with Bhoot Police.
A source told the portal, "Jacqueline has wrapped up shooting for her anthology in October last year itself, much before the project was announced. The entire film was shot in Mumbai as key portions of the film are set in and around CST. The actress plays the character of a cop in this story, and the team also canned some sequences at CST police station."
Workwise, Jacqueline has Kick 2, Bhoot Police, Bachchan Pandey, Ram Setu and Cirkus in the pipeline.