While actor Jacqueline Fernandez strictly clarifies that her marriage is nowhere on the anvil, she's kicked about her upcoming film where she plays a girl of a marriageable ageWhile actor Jacqueline Fernandez strictly clarifies that her marriage is nowhere on the anvil, she's kicked about her upcoming film where she plays a girl of a marriageable age. "The qualities I want in my man are honesty, intelligence, respectfulness, focus and reliability. I should be very sure that I could depend on him for an entire lifetime," says the Sri Lankan beauty. With the summer wedding season getting closer, CS gets Jacqueline talking about the lighter side of weddings:
Who: Jacqueline Fernandez
What: Talking about marriage and weddings
Down the aisle
I would definitely get married in a church. That's the tradition in my family. I would love to get married in the same church where my parents got hitched. In fact, my sister tied the knot there as well. It will be an intimate affair with only family and close friends in attendance. I love the idea of the white dress; it's so pure and angelic. I won't have a lavish wedding for sure. My desire is to enjoy my wedding to the fullest with my loved ones. Weddings are always fun. The idea of celebrating the union of someone who is dear to you is always special. I enjoy attending weddings of different communities. It's fun seeing the attire, traditions and rituals that make every wedding so interesting. Recently, I attended Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia D'Souza's wedding and loved watching the proceedings.
One of the funniest things about weddings is the stress people take about their clothes. The bride already suffers from so much nervous tension, and the guests are also in a competition to outdo one another. I remember during my sister's wedding, my brother was dressed in his best suit, as he had to give the bride away. My sister came walking down the aisle looking heavenly in her gown. Just before my brother could take his place beside her, he got ink all over him. He was playing with a pen in his hand, and God alone knows how that happened. My sister was fuming; it was hilarious!
Rab ne banayi jodi
It broke my heart when I saw Prince William tying the knot with Kate Middleton (laughs out loud). I had this huge crush on him. But that didn't prevent me from following the entire royal wedding on TV. I even saw the repeat telecast of the event. In Bollywood, I love Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao as a couple. They share such an effortless chemistry that it's wonderful to watch.