Director Milan Luthria, known for helming films like "Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai" and "The Dirty Picture", is keen to work with Jacqueline Fernandez, "one of the most interesting upcoming actresses".
Last seen with Salman Khan in Sajid Nadiadwala's directorial debut "Kick", the former Sri Lankan beauty queen has worked with directors like Sajid Khan, Mohit Suri, Abbas-Mastan since her debut in Bollywood with Sujoy Ghosh's 2009 fantasy drama "Aladin".
"She is one of the most interesting upcoming actresses," said Luthria praising the actress whose debut film had bombed at the box office.
"Even during the premiere of 'Kick', I had said that it's a new beginning for her. I would be more than happy if we work together in one or more films," said Luthria and added that people have now forgotten about "the hiccups" in Jacqueline's career.
"She is doing good films now. I am also getting ready with my film, so if there will be something good (where I can cast her), I will be very happy," he added.
The 29-year-old actress is currently busy shooting for "Roy" that also features Ranbir Kapoor.