She says she has set long-term plans for herself. "If you have long-term plans set for yourself, I think it’s really important not to rush into things and to know exactly what kind of a graph you want for yourself and your career, especially with the kind of roles that you choose," the 26-year-old said here.
"After ‘Murder 2’, I feel, unfortunately most of the actors get stereotyped," added the actress, who started her Bollywood career with "Aladin" in 2009.
For now, she is looking forward to the release of "Housefull 2".
Jacqueline, who plays Bobby, one of the four brides, in the Sajid Khan comedy film, says in real life wedding bells are far from ringing for her.
"I have pretty much just started with my career and things have just about started working for me and I have signed a couple of projects.
"When I think it’s the time (to get married), I will definitely be able to talk about it. I don’t think there is anything to hide about it, but it’s not really on the horizon," said Jacqueline.
Besides "Housefull 2", Jacqueline is also working in "Race 2", a sequel of the 2008-hit "Race", and "Total Dhamaal". "Housefull 2" hits the big screen April 5.