When Sunny Leone joined Bollywood, everyone was apprehensive about her possible acts. But she has proved everyone wrong with her choice of movies, which are way more than just a sleaze show. Her act in Ragini MMS 2 was bang on and she is now out to make everyone drool for her with her latest addition to her Bollywood bio data “Ek Paheli Leela”.

While it’s expected that the movie will be hotter than her last outing, that’s not the only think which is making everyone talk about it. The songs of this forthcoming movie are rocking the chartbusters with "Desi Look” becoming everyone’s favorite and “Tere Bin” becoming the second most loved song of the movie, also because of its sizzling video.

To add to the beauty, the movie is shot at exotic Rajasthan which renders it a rich and royal appeal. The picturesque locations of Rajasthan add to her character in the movie and make the movie look like one grand celebration of emotions, majorly a celebration of love & lust. In some of the scenes, the viewers will also get to see the luxurious Laxmi Niwas Palace of Rajasthan which is a former palace of king Maharaja Ganga Singh.

It’s noteworthy that to create an exact look for some scenes, the makers had to build a whole new retro village in a record time of just 15 days. This village was then flooded with real Rajasthan’s village locals to make the scenes look as authentic as possible. Sunny Leone shot for the first time in a scorching heat of 47 degrees.

The movie is written and directed by Bobby Khan and is produced by Bhushan Kumar and Krishna Kumar. Also along with Sunny Leone, the star cast includes Jay Bhanushali, Rajneesh Duggal, Mohit Ahlawat, Jas Arora, Rahul Dev and is choreographed by ace choreographer Saroj Khan and Ahmed Khan. Ek Paheli Leela is slotted to release on 10th April and expected to be a blockbuster and enchant all audiences considering Sunny’s previous Bollywood record.

For now all we can say is that Ek Paheli Leela is definitely going to be a visual treat for more than one reason.

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