A group of girls, a scary snow-topped cabin, an ouija board and a night of horrors, say hello to the premise of the Jacqueline Fernandez's upcoming movie, Definition of Fear.
The actresses, who was last seen in Salman Khan's Kick, posted images from the film's location on photo sharing site Instagram, looking gorgeous in an all-black outfit, carrying a grey overcoat. She wrote: "Sneak peak from #definitionoffear can you guess my role in the movie?? Winner gets a shout out!!"
Jacqueline's maiden Hollywood project, Definition of Fear also stars actresses Blythe Hubbard, Mercedes Papalia and Katherine Barrell.
The actress also shared a still from the film where the all the ladies are testing their fate with the ouija board.
Director James Simpson, seen here with his film's leading ladies, has been roped in to helm the project.
The film's official Facebook page has also posted pictures from the location, which in all honesty look quite spooky.
The movie is being shot in Quebec, Canada, with the locale - a wooden cabin on the fringes of a forest overlooking a still cold lake, adding to the eeriness of the story.
The director has left no stone unturned to rope in the best locations which complement the plot of the movie.