After a picture of Jacqueline Fernandez and Sukesh Chandrasekhar was widely shared on social media, Fernandez issued a statement. On Saturday night, Jacqueline asked her followers and media friends’ on Instagram not to share the photos because they ‘intrude (her) privacy and personal space.’. In spite of the fact that she’s going through a “rough patch” right now, she’s optimistic about her future.
“I’ve always felt a deep connection to this country and its people. There are many in the media who have taught me a lot. At the moment, I’m struggling, but I know that the people who care about me will stick by me. So, I ask that my media friends refrain from sharing images that intrude on my privacy or personal space. The same goes for me. You would never do something like this to a loved one you care about. With the hope that justice and common sense will win out in the end. The statement read, “Thank you,” in all caps.
Chandrashekhar’s $220 million money laundering case was linked to Jacqueline Fernandez. It appears in the picture that Sukesh kissed Jacqueline as she posed for the mushy selfie with her hickey on full display. Sukesh approached her with a film offer, pretending to be Sun TV’s owner and telling her he was the owner of the channel. The actor has already been questioned by the Enforcement Directorate about the incident.
Reports stated that Chandrasekhar admitted to having a relationship with Jacqueline, but said it had nothing to do with the criminal case against him.
She is eagerly anticipating the release of Attack, which features John Abraham and Rakul Preet Singh as her co-stars. Lakshya Raj Anand is the director and writer of Attack, which is being produced by JA Entertainment with the support of Ajay Kapoor and Jayantilal Gada. As of right now, the film will be released on that date.