Sujoy Ghosh denies rumours of Jacqueline Fernandez in his next film
Sujoy Ghosh says that he would love to work with Jacqueline Fernandez, but that he does not have a script ready.
Sujoy Ghosh has quelled rumours about Jacqueline Fernandez starring in his next film, which was reported to be a dark thriller.
It was reported that the Kick actress will also be part of Sujoy Ghosh's upcoming project which he was apparently in the process of writing. A source speaking to DNA said that she likes the script of this film and that her role is "performance-oriented".
The source also said that the duo was scheduled to meet in London, where Fernandez is shooting Judwaa 2.
However, speaking to Pinkvilla.com, Ghosh said that he is not making a film with her.
"I would love to work with her again. But for that, I need a script. And the moment I have a script which suits her and she likes it, we will work," the director said.
Jacqueline Fernandez was last seen in A Flying Jatt directed by Remo D'Souza, where she starred opposite Tiger Shroff. Fernandez plays the lead in Sita Menon's Reloaded, which is the sequel to Bang Bang, as well as Tarun Mansukhani's Drive.
She is also set to star in Judwaa 2 with Varun Dhawan, who plays a double role, and Taapsee Pannu. It is directed by David Dhawan. She is also part of crime film According to Mathew directed by Chandran Rutnam.
Sujoy Ghosh's last project was Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh, which starred Vidya Balan and Arjun Rampal.
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