Jacqueline Fernandez who is using this lockdown time efficiently with back to back song releases and recently announced Kick 2 and Bhoot Police. She has also joined hands with Amanda Cerny for a podcast and is partnering with Action Against Hunger Foundation.
Sri Lanka queen, who never misses treating her fans and staff members kindly. Recently celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi at her bodyguard’s home and Onam festive with her Makeup artist Shaan.
And in a recent interview with a leading magazine Jacqueline Fernandez shared some insights on how she keeps herself enthusiastic to learn and some tips on avoiding mindless scrolling.
Jacqueline shared, “With additional time on our hands it’s only human to engage in some mindless scrolling through social media. But, in light of the current environment, it’s become a very toxic and volatile space. I’m a strong believer in freedom of speech but there are several individuals who are misusing these platforms.”
She further added, “I use social media to interact and communicate peacefully with my fans, which I continue to do even today. But I’ve tapered down the time I spend on these sites.”
Talking on the shift Jacqueline comments, “Instead, I’ve shifted my focus towards other applications – I’ve been revisiting Pinterest, an app I enthusiastically used as a teenager, and which I now use to create mood-boards for my characters and films. I’ve downloaded meditation apps, I listen to podcasts and I even joined Masterclass – I’ve tuned in to everything from Natalie Portman’s acting workshop to learning about Sara Blakely’s journey to launching Spanx. All these stories are incredibly inspiring and, most importantly, positive. Instead of constantly perusing through other people’s lives on Instagram and Twitter, I find it more fulfilling to spend my time on applications that provide constructive knowledge.”