MUMBAI: Jacqueline Fernandez has stumbled upon life-altering realisations amid the continued lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic. The actress says she has realised that life is just too short, and it's important to make the most of the time we've in our hands.
"Honestly, the most important lesson has been that when it involves humankind we are pretty irrelevant, which means that we are extremely blessed to get on this planet because the earth would persist with us or without us. So, we've to be grateful and provide 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'd like to be doing things that we enjoy doing and love. we should always be spending time with the people we love because you're here one day and gone the next. we actually need to make the most out of life. it's such a lesson. These are the 2 main things I have realised during this era," added the actress, who is spending her lockdown with superstar Salman Khan and everyone else at his farmhouse in Panvel.
Amid the shutdown, 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.
On the work front, she was recently seen in "Mrs Serial Killer", which released on Netflix on May 1. "Mrs Serial Killer" is directed by Shirish Kunder and produced by his filmmaker wife Farah Khan. The thriller revolves around a wife, whose husband has been framed and imprisoned for serial murders. She needs to perform a murder exactly just like the serial killer, to prove that her husband is innocent.
The film hinges on the question -- how far would you go for love.