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Feels Lucky Got To do An Iconic Song ’Mere Angne Mein 2.0’, Says Jacqueline Fernandez

Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez is feeling blissful that her new song ‘Mere Angne Mein 2.0’ is getting a good response from the people. The actress feels lucky that she got an opportunity to do redo and pay tribute to such an iconic song.
Jacqueline Fernandez was seen interacting with the media on Tuesday at India’s ultimate Holi celebrations, the Zoom Holi Fest 2020.
The actress was a vision in a white lehenga. She was all smiles as she twirled for the cameras.
Talking about her song ‘Mere Angne Mein 2.0’, Jacqueline said, “I am happy that people are appreciating my song. It’s a very famous and iconic song. We are lucky that we got the opportunity to redo it. It feels great when you get a chance to pay tribute to such a beautiful song. I am grateful that people are liking the different look of the song. And the most important thing is that Asim is a part of the video. So, it makes the video a very exceptional one.”
When asked which era she would like to go back, on this Jacqueline said, “I would like to back to the same era 1400 as shown in the video. It was really cool.”
About the song, ‘Mere Angne Mein 2.0’ is composed by Tanishk Bagchi, penned down by Vayu and sung by Raja Hassan and Neha Kakkar. It features Asim Riaz and Jacqueline Fernandez.
About her upcoming projects, Jacqueline will be seen in the movie ‘Attack’. It’s an action-drama the film, helmed by debutant Lakshya Raj Anand. The movie also stars John Abraham and Rakul Preet in the lead role. The movie is produced by Dheeraj Wadhawan, Ajay Kapoor and John Abraham.
It is scheduled to release on 9 April 2020.

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