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Jacqueline Fernandez Shares Video Of Pole Dancing On Instagram

Jacqueline Fernandez Shares Video Of Pole Dancing On Instagram

Bold and Beautiful Jacqueline shows her moves on a pole


Sri Lankan origin Indian actress Jacqueline Fernandez has shared a video on Instagram where she is seen dancing on a pole which is a part of her fitness routine. She has learned these moves during her fitness training under the pole dance trainer Roksolana Chubenko.

Jacqueline Fernandes

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Along with the video she quoted a popular idiom which said, “Burning the midnight oil” which means that she is working hard to train her to be fitter and better. The 31-year-old actress has also asked her fans to look out for her pet cat named ‘Miumiu’ in the video that she has shared.

Watch the complete video on this link:

Burning the midnight oil with my @lanaroxy (spot miumiu) 💖

A post shared by Jacqueline Fernandez (@jacquelinef143) on


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Jacqueline has been very particular about her fitness routine for an upcoming movie and she is burning the midnight oil for it. In the video, she can be seen doing difficult moves with an ease.

As reported, she is going to perform a sensuous pole dance performance in her upcoming film ‘A Gentleman’ alongside Sidharth Malhotra. They have shot the video already on the last day of the movie’s shoot.

The song has been choreographed by Adil Shaikh, who is the star choreographer of song ‘Kar gayi chull’ starring Alia Bhatt. The actress was no doubt a vision to look at in a pink bralette and peach shorts. The kick actress amazed her fans a few days ago with her topless photo shoot for Cosmopolitan magazine.

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