Sooraj Pancholi keen to do a film with Jacqueline Fernandez
Bollywood actor Sooraj Pancholi says he wants to work with actress Jacqueline Fernandez in a film
Bollywood actor Sooraj Pancholi says he wants to work with actress Jacqueline Fernandez in a film.
Jacqueline Fernandez and Sooraj Pancholi. Pic/Sameer Markande
The duo recently featured in a music video titled "GF BF". When asked if he would be interested in working with the 'Brothers' actress, Sooraj told reporters, "I hope so, of course.
"Jacqueline is fun to work with. She never made me feel like she is my senior... But of course I want to work with her. Hopefully soon."
He was speaking at the launch of the T-Series song at an event yesterday. The song, directed by Remo D'Souza features the Sooraj, 25, trying to woo Jacqueline with his dance moves.
Jacqueline said despite being just one-film old in the industry, the "Hero" star worked really hard for the video which is commendable.
"We had a great time working together. Sooraj rehearsed a lot with me. He was ready and worked really hard. It's important that people you work with have a nice positive vibe around them.... Especially with a music video the atmosphere needs to be good," the 30-year-old actress said.
"For the fact that he's done just one movie, it was really commendable. Working with Remo is not easy. But he really brought his game on, brought his swag," she added.
Composed and sung by Gurinder Seagal, 'GF BF' also features Jacqueline making her singing debut.
The 'Murder 2' actress said she did not have any choice when producer Bhushan Kumar approached her to sing the song and was keen to explore the opportunity.
"Bhushan didn't give me a choice. He said 'hey you're singing the song.' I was excited that I was getting this opportunity from Remo, Bhushan to work with. Gurinder came on our 'Housefull 3' set and I told him I've never sang before," she said.
"My dad is a DJ so I've grown up with a lot of music in the house and a musical ear, but I've never sang. So this was an amazing opportunity for me to explore," she added.