Photo: A stunning Amy Jackson attends BAFTA 2018

Amy attended BAFTA for the first time in her life and looked mesmerising.

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Photo: A stunning Amy Jackson attends BAFTA 2018

Amy at BAFTA 2018.

If you are a fan of the much-loved Amy Jackson, then get ready to rejoice as we have some awesome news in store for you. In an exciting development, the Brit beauty attended BAFTA 2018—which was held yesterday– and made quite an impact. Sporting a lovely off shoulder number, she looked stunning and set the temperatures soaring. Her regal body language and imploring expressions gelled well with her avatar and added a new dimension. While sharing the pic, she stated that this was her first time at the event and thanked her team.

“Last night was very special ✨🙏🏼 My first ever @bafta – lots of love to the unbelievable team who sorted the girl outttt | 😘 @ippublicity | & my ultimate Glam Squad @kstewartstylist @nikki_makeup @patrickwilson 😚🖤 | @julienmacdonald thankyou for letting me wear one of your beautiful creations 🇬🇧♥” she wrote.

Well, we are happy for the young lady and hope that she finds plenty f success in the days to come.

On the work front, Amy currently has 2.0 and The Villain in her kitty. 2.0 is a sci-fi thriller and has been directed by S Shankar. In it, she will be seen alongside the legendary Rajinikanth and Bollywood star Akshay Kumar. Sometime ago, she had said that working with ‘Thalaiva’ was a learning experience for her.

“Sir (Rajinikanth) is fantastic and I have learnt many things from him — from not just the craft point of view but from the person he is. He is very calm, humble and dedicated to his work, which is lovely to see after all these year,” she had added.

As far as The Villain is concerned, it is a drama and will mark her Kannada debut. In it, she will be seen alongside Sudeep and the much-loved Shivarajkumar.

So, did you like Amy’s BAFTA 2018 look? Comments, please!

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