Jacqueline Fernandez who is busy shooting for the international project Definition Of Fear at Ottawa, the Canadian capital, faced the brunt of the firing incident that took place at the Parliament Hill recently. Apparently, the actress and her entire crew were under lockdown while shooting in Canada after the shootout incident left the city in shock.
While the lockdown was lifted from many areas within 11 hours of the incident, the area where Jacqueline Fernandez was staying along with her crew was only 30 minutes away from the crime scene. Hence, she was stranded within the hotel for about two days. Reminiscing about the incident, Jacqueline revealed that they were about to start shooting on that day but weren't allowed to travel after the shootout. She also maintained that the main gates of the hotel they were residing in were locked for about 48 hours and the crew along with her were keeping themselves updated with the news. However, she further said that they have now safely resumed work and are continuing with the schedule.
Last seen in Kick, Jacqueline Fernandez's next Bollywood film is Roy where she will be seen in a double role alongside Ranbir Kapoor and Arjun Rampal. She has also done a cameo in Excel Entertainment's satirical film Bangistan starring Riteish Deshmukh and Pulkit Samrat which is directed by film critic Karan Anshuman.