Jacqueline Fernandez to play host to Justin Bieber

Jacqueline Fernandez is gearing up to play the perfect host to Grammy winning artist Justin Bieber, who will be in Mumbai on May 10 for his acclaimed 'Purpose Tour'.

The sultry actress turned entrepreneur, who recently made it to the headlines for her restaurant venture, intends to take Bieber to the Gateway Of India, Iskon Temple, Colaba Causeway and maybe also on auto ride through the buzzing streets of Bandra apart from a tour of Film City.

Jacqueline plans to curate a full blown meal comprising Maharashtrian, South Indian and Gujarati gourmet and have Bieber splurge at her spanking new restauraunt. What's more she has also planned a day out with underprivileged children at Dharavi Slums.

On this note, she shared, "I am a huge fan of Bieber and I already have quite a few things I've thought of that would make his visit multi-dimensional. While he's in India I'd love to take him around and give him a taste of all things desi and be his tour guide!"

Arjun Jain said, "We are working towards finalizing the itinerary and we hope to give Bieber a multi-dimensional perspective about India and make it a memorable event indeed."

Bieber's latest jaunt is in support of his fourth album, the critically acclaimed Purpose, wherein he experimented with more exploratory electronic sounds. Apart from India, the Asia leg of the tour comprises Tel Aviv in Israel and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

Touring in support of his fourth studio album Purpose - which debuted at #1 in over 100 countries and has sold over 8 million copies worldwide, Bieber is without a doubt one of the most successful pop stars in the world today with a recent world tour imbibing sold out dates across countries.

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