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Jacqueline Fernandez’s Hollywood film to release in India in November


Her Sri Lankan film, however, may not be released in India.

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Keyur Seta

Jacqueline Fernandez’s Hollywood debut, Definition Of Fear is scheduled to be released this year. The actress has now revealed that it will be releasing in November worldwide, including in India. 

She mentioned this during an interaction for her upcoming Hindi film, A Gentleman. “It’s probably going to be released in November. It will be releasing in India. So, that should be something quite interesting and different to see me in,” she said. 

Directed by James Simpson, the film is the story of four girls who go on a trip for a peaceful getaway. But some scary incidents spoil the fun for them. 

Fernandez also has another international film in her kitty — Sri Lankan project According To Mathew. The film, directed by Chandran Rutnam, is based on the real story of a priest who was involved in affairs and murders. It is scheduled to be released next month in September in Sri Lanka.  

Unfortunately, Fernandez doesn’t feel it will be released in India. “Hopefully it will be able to do (show at) a few festivals and see how that goes. And then maybe we can come here (India),” she said. 

“It’s actually in English. It’s an arty film, if you could say. It’s on a very famous story in Sri Lanka,” she added.