On the contrary, the foursome bonded well, especially Asin and Jacqueline Fernandez. Jackie says, “I think that as long as actors are secure in their own space, there’s no scope for rivalry. Also, none of us have ego hassles.”
And food was one of the common factors on which the actresses had bonded on. Jackie says, “We gorged on pani puris, dosas and John’s cereal bars, which we stole from his kitty.
I love dosas and South Indian food, which John would get from home. Now that the shoot is over, we message each other on our midnight cravings.”
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