Jacqueline Fernandez marks her first project in Hollywood with Definition of Fear!
Jacqueline Fernandez announced the arrival of her first English language film by saying, “I’m very proud of Definition of Fear and also very excited for its release”
Besides Jacqueline, Catherine Barrel, Blythe Hubbard, Mercedes Papilla and Mathew Stephuik have essayed pivotal roles in the movie.
Definition of Fear is all about four girls who spend their weekend at an isolated bungalow which is situated deep inside a forest. At night they play with an Ouija board and then things get out of control.
It gives us a glimpse of what happens when she and her friends visit a deserted holiday mansion over a weekend away. It is followed by a series of bizarre, inexplicable incidents. The film is about how Jacqueline and the three other girls deal with the spirit. The film a horror-suspense-thriller film is shot in Canada.
The four girls then have to struggle to try and save themselves as their lives are in real danger. The danger they face is closer than they can imagine.
The trailer opens with Jacqueline’s lines, “Imagine how fear can be manipulated, created,” and then goes on to give us glimpses of what happens when she and her friends visit a deserted holiday mansion over a weekend away. A series of bizarre, inexplicable incidents follow suit. How do the four girls deal with a demented spirit, when they have no chance of escape, which is the crux of the film.
Director James Simpson says, “This psychological horror will stop you from sleeping, be aware! Jacqueline was amazing in it and I’m so excited to share what we created together! (Quote Source: TOI)
Fernandez is having a dream run in Bollywood with a hat-trick of hits, “Judwaa 2” last year and “Baaghi 2”(cameo) and “Race 3” this year, and some really interesting assignments to come.
The movie releases this August in India through Formula Bollywood (India) Pvt. Ltd.