Sporting khaki pants and a crisp white shirt, she was seen rehearsing her lines. While she refrains from divulging any details about the shoot, she told Bombay Times, “I am enjoying being back to my happy place. In fact, I am just glad that the Indian film industry is getting back in action slowly while maintaining safety precautions. It feels amazing to shoot after such a long break.”
Talking about maintaining safety measures on the sets, the actress reveals, “Everyone on the sets is being extra cautious now. Besides implementing social distancing, the entire shooting crew has been in masks and PPE kits. We do tests at regular intervals to keep a check on the virus. Extreme care has been taken from start to end to ensure every person’s safety.”
However, Jacqueline does admit to feeling a sense of hesitation to shoot at an outdoor location. “Honestly, I was a little nervous initially to shoot at an outdoor location, but the production unit has taken all the necessary steps to ensure our safety. Obviously, there are no greetings exchanged physically now, all of us have to chill together by keeping some distance between us. But as the saying goes, the show must go on, and I am happy to be back on the set,” she signs off.