'Race 2' beauty Jacqueline Fernandez, who started her Bollywood career in 2009, says she finds inspiration in British-born Katrina Kaif. The reason is not difficult to guess: like Katrina, Jacqueline too isn't from India and has faced language problems.
"Katrina Kaif is someone who I can relate to a lot. She has come from London and went through the same language problems. She is such a success story that I have to mention that she is an inspiration," Jacqueline told reporters at the Women's Prerna Awards 2013.
The 28-year-old actress made her Bollywood debut with 'Aladin' opposite Riteish Deshmukh, whereas Katrina made her acting debut here with the 2003 film 'Boom'. But she gave hits after hits post Vipul Shah's 2007 offering 'Namastey London' and hasn't looked back ever since.
Jacqueline, on the other hand, has given hits like 'Murder 2' and 'Race 2' but still isn't considered in the big league. Probably that's another reason why she wants to follow Katrina's footsteps - despite being a terrible actress, Kat is on the top of her game. We are sure that has given Jacky more hope for her career.
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