Drive: Jacqueline Fernandez and Sushant Singh Rajput wrap up the shoot of Tarun Mansukhani’s film

Jacqueline Fernandez and Sushant Singh Rajput have finally wrapped the shoot of their upcoming movie, Drive. In the picture, Tarun is seen posing with his whole team, however, Sushant and Jacqueline are missing from the photo.
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Jacqueline Fernandez and Sushant Singh Rajput have finally wrapped the shoot of their upcoming movie, Drive. 

Director Tarun Mansukhani took to Twitter to share the news and wrote, “And that’s a film WRAP for team ‘DRIVE’ !!!!! Damn… I’m gonna miss harassing these freaks and giving them anxiety attacks!!! @itsSSR @Asli_Jacqueline @DharmaMovies #drive #itsafilmwrap #lastdayofshoot #longroadahead #crew #minions #exhaustedbuthappy.”

In the picture, Tarun is seen posing with his whole team, however, Sushant and Jacqueline are missing from the photo.

This is the first time the duo has been paired opposite each other. It will be interesting to see how they weave magic on-screen. 

Recently, during an interaction with a leading daily, Jacqueline spoke about doing all the action stunts in Drive. She had stated, "Finally, people will see me do a lot of stunts and action sequences, which I’ve been dying to do."
 
In the film, Fernandez will be playing the role of a street racer and she was one during her growing up years in Bahrain. Talking about it, the Dishoom actor had said, "Street racing was pretty much our only pastime. My best friend and I used to get into rallies and we would be the only girls participating."

In an interview with a leading daily, Sushant had said, "It’s really fast-paced. But even if you don’t find it that fast throughout, the thrill element of what’s going to happen right after, will keep you hooked. I always wanted to do this kind of a stylish and slick action film. There are too many chase sequences, which are all required and not there for the heck of it.’’

When asked if it is the remake of the 2011 Hollywood film, Drive, Sushant had said, ‘’Absolutely not. It’s not a remake at all. Trust me, if it was a remake of the Hollywood movie, they wouldn’t want me because then, they would have rather cast a better-looking actor. There would be Ryan Gosling, not me!"

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