Is Lucinda Nicholas Going to be The Next Katrina Kaif?



In an industry where there is a swift rise of ability over every topographical boundaries each and every second, has Lucinda Nicholas developed as the following Katrina Kaif from the West?

The gorgeous from Australia, who presented herself at the Miss World 2010 pageant is now a known celebrity in the entertainment industry.

‘Lucinda was learning law when she was made to enter the Miss World race and there she went ahead to be delegated as the Miss World South Australia 2010 at the age of 17 years only.

After her win at the show of Miss World, Lucinda didn’t give a stop to the modeling session, and she continued working with a few legitimate and famous South Australian brands. Along with her rising modeling career, Lucinda likewise showed up ahead in various hit melodic recordings.

The song she did has a sequel with the name “Frequency” which reached the corners of the world covering the audience of more than 5 million. After her hit music video, Lucinda set out on another adventure in Tollywood where she highlighted in an item number in Manchu Vishnu starrer motion picture “Luckkunnodu.”

In Bollywood, Lucinda has shared screen space with stars like Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha in the super hit film “Boss.” Continuing with her astonishing adventure in the B – town she was then seen in the film ‘Guest in London.’ The film stars Karthik Aaryan, Kriti Kharbanda, Tanvi Azmi, and Paresh Rawal were also in the main roles along with her. On-screen character Ajay Devgan was found in the cameo appearance in the film. With an amazing filmography added to her stock at a youthful age, would she be able to be the following high potential imported product after any appearance of Katrina Kaif, Amy Jackson, and Jacqueline Fernandez?



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