Jacqueline Fernandez withdrew her appeal to a Delhi court on Wednesday, in which she sought the suspension of a Lookout Circular (LOC) issued against her as well as permission to go overseas. The actor explained that she had to withdraw since her flight had been delayed. In a 200-crore extortion case involving suspected conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar, Jacqueline is now being investigated.
Jacqueline had previously obtained permission from the court to travel overseas in order to attend the Indian International Film Academy (IIFA) Weekend & Awards in the United Arab Emirates. She has now withdrawn her application from Additional Sessions Judge Praveen Singh's court. The dates of the event, which had been set from May 17 to 22, had been moved to June, according to her court filing.
In this case, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) is questioning the actor. The agency also responded to the actor's travel requests for Nepal and France on Wednesday. The agency notified the court that Jacqueline's permission to attend the specific event in Nepal had been revoked, and that she had not presented sufficient documentation for her trip to France.
Meanwhile, talking about the work front, Jacqueline has some interesting movies in the pipeline. The actress, who was last seen in John Abraham starrer Attack Part 1, will be next seen in Akshay Kumar and Nushrratt Bharuccha starrer Ram Setu which is slated to release on Diwali this year.