During the Miss Sri Lanka beauty pageant in 2006, actress Jacqueline Fernandez answered a question about cosmetic surgery. Take note of what she said.
In a 2006 clip shared on a fan page.
Jacqueline Fernandez discussed how cosmetic surgery was a ‘unfair advantage’ that went against the concept of beauty pageants. The actress was dressed in a shimmery gown as she spoke on stage during the Miss Sri Lanka 2006 question round.
I believe cosmetic surgery is an unfair advantage because it contradicts the entire concept of beauty pageants. which is to celebrate women’s natural beauty. Furthermore, if cosmetic surgery is encouraged. It will become a matter of who can afford it rather than who cannot afford it. “And that is not the point of beauty pageants,” Jacqueline explained. also read:Bollywood: Kareena Kapoor words of advice for Malaika Arora
Many people praised the actor’s response in the throwback video on social media.
I know people are going to comment on how she went on doing surgeries later, one Instagram user explained. However, the question here was only about beauty pageant surgeries. And she’s only talking about that. “Before trolling, understand.” “No woman, no man, should have cosmetic surgery,” wrote another. It teaches children that they are not good enough as they were born and created.”
However, some online users claim that Jacqueline’s ‘opinion’ on cosmetic surgery has shifted since 2006. Some speculated that the actor had undergone plastic surgery. Someone commented on her video, saying, “Except now she looks nothing like this.” “And then she changed her mind,” said another commenter.
Jacqueline was born in Bahrain, but her father, Elroy, is from Sri Lanka.
She did a few TV shows in Sri Lanka after finishing college. Jacqueline was crowned Miss Universe Sri Lanka in 2006 and represented her country at the Miss Universe 2006 pageant in Los Angeles, California.
Jacqueline made her Bollywood debut in 2009 with the fantasy film Aladin. She has since appeared in films such as Housefull 2 (2012), Race 2 (2013), Kick (2014), and Housefull 3 (2016). Cirkus, starring Ranveer Singh, is one of Jacqueline’s upcoming projects.