“Life is short”: Jacqueline feels strongly after lockdown
Sri Lankan beauty Jacqueline Fernandez has stumbled upon life-altering realisations amid the ongoing lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The actress says she has realised that life is too short, and it is important to make the most of the time we have in our hands.
She is making the most of her time by enjoying moments like horse-riding, basking in the sun and reading a book; evident in her recent Instagram posts.
"Honestly, the biggest lesson has been that when it comes to humankind we are pretty irrelevant, which means that we are extremely blessed to be on this planet because the planet would go on with us or without us. So, we have to be grateful and give back. That's the realisation -- we take Earth for granted," Jacqueline said, while reflecting upon how the lockdown has been a learning period for her.
"Another lesson is that life is short. We need to be doing things that we enjoy doing and love. We should be spending time with the people we love because you are her one day and gone the next. We really have to make the most out of life. It is such a lesson. These are the two main things I have realised during this period," added the actress, who is spending her lockdown with superstar Salman Khan and others at his farmhouse in Panvel.
Recalling the experience of working in the industry, Jacqueline said, "It was great. There was a beautiful sense of unity and teamwork, and you learn so much from working with such amazing actors. It is really a beautiful experience."
Now, she is looking forward to the release of the song "Tere Bina" with Salman, which they have shot amid the lockdown in the farm premises itself.