The Queen Of Sass: Amy Jackson
Gosh. She’s hot. I know all men are attracted to ‘hot’ women. But what makes our cover girl attractive? She’s a go-getter. She’s sassy. She’s a challenge. Her attitude is fun. She’s often charmingly childlike, desirable and gorgeous.
In a time when people are bombarded at the newsstands with painted images of models, actresses and celebrities; society no longer has a general starting point to establish what exactly makes a woman strong, beautiful, sexy or sassy.
The dictionaries describe ‘Desirable’ as ‘worth having or wanting; pleasant, brilliant or fine.’ Men love a multitude of things about women: their persona, their smile, bodies, feminine features, grace, the way they dress, their hair, the softness of their skin, and many, many more things.
The Liverpudlian beauty Amy Jackson is sizzling, ambitious, self-assured, and passionate. Brevity is not her friend. One can talk to her about anything and everything. She is quick on the uptake. Amy feels most confident in her own skin. She has a strong viewpoint about things. So maybe you’d wonder the reason behind her charm, which is indubitably her bliss. She is the girl that wears her heart on her sleeve, who can live without fear of being broken-hearted.
For a woman to get back her sassiness is reclaiming her independent, youthful spirit. To retrieve her sassiness is reclaiming her sense of purpose, her dreams, her power, and what she wants to do in addition to everything she has already attained. Coming from someone who grew up in England, you can imagine how cold the hall is. But Amy slays in every array and always takes our breath away.
Amy’s exceptional rise to fame started out in the quiet streets of Wooltton, Liverpool, where she was working as a successful model within the UK and across Europe. She made her acting debut in 2010 staring in the Tamil period-drama Madrasapattinam which became an instant box office hit and Amy has since then taken the Bollywood film industry by storm. After bagging leading lady roles in films like ‘Freaky Ali’, ‘Singh Is Bliing’, the actress is all set to hit the screens once again with her upcoming action flick ‘2.0’ opposite superstars Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar.
Away from work, Amy endorses peculiar causes close to her heart such as ‘Girl Child’ education in India.
She is an animal lover and that is clearly evident from the fact that the actress always comes forward when it comes to raising her voice against cruelty towards animals or raising funds for the betterment of animals. Amy continues to raise awareness for animal welfare as an Ambassador for PETA.
“Living life in the fast lane between London and India. I'm currently working on India's magnum movie; Robot 2.0 and 2017 is looking as crazy as ever with new projects in Bollywood and internationally.”
Browsing through Amy’s official website, we saw this message along with pictures that reveal her toned body. Her Instagram bio says ‘Set your soul on fire’.
One thing is for sure, this girl is ready to take the world by storm and her sensual pictures will make you follow this British bombshell on social media and turn you into a loyal follower. We’ve turned one for sure.
FHM: Hi Amy, how was the shoot?
Amy: I had so much fun shooting for the cover. I can’t even count how many times I have shot for the cover. I loved the vibe of the shoot. It was cool, smooth and very chilled out.
What is the best thing about being a woman?
I feel women are beautiful and confident. No one can function without us. I feel every woman is beautiful.
Would you like to tell us a bit about how Amy Jackson from Liverpool landed in India?
I was working in London and did a few assignments as a model. One of the advertising directors spotted me and asked for an audition. I was instead selected for a movie in Hollywood. And since then, it’s been a beautiful journey for me.
You’ve carved out stardom in a short span. You made your Bollywood debut with ‘Ekk Deewana Tha’. Tell us about your journey in India so far?
Everyone has been extremely supportive and warm towards me. I feel very fortunate to be a part of it. In fact, I feel I have got more than I deserved. I feel I am making a debut in all my movies. Every time I start a project I learn so much from it.
You’ve worked with legendary Rajinikanth. How was it working with the superstar?
I never ever imagined I would work with the legendary Rajinikanth. It’s been a beautiful experience working with him. He enriches you so much as a human being. I have learned the art of being patient from him.
What’s the most fascinating quality about him?
He is very patient.
How much time does it take you to learn Tamil and Hindi dialogues?
Initially, when I started it was a bit difficult to learn Tamil, but yes I guess I can now handle it. But Hindi is so difficult. I’m still learning it... But yes, I love learning new languages.