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Get Set For Some Good Trippy Trippy Experience With Sunny Leone!

18 Août 2017

A week after the trailer of Sanjay Dutt's most awaited comeback film "Bhoomi" was launched, the makers have now released a special song featuring Sunny Leone. Make no mistake, her expressions, look and dedication is on point, it's the dance moves that leaves much to desire, having said that those dance moves does go with the vibe in a very unconventional way. With a handsome matha patti dotted with silver jewels, and a shimmy belt that adds oomph to her moves, Sunny is totally slaying this belly dancer look. After performing an elegant number in Ajay Devgn's Baadshaho, Sunny can be seen showing some wild and seductive moves in Trippy trippy number. Ganesh Acharya choreographed the number. "The song comes at a crucial juncture in the narrative and we wanted only Sunny for it", said Omung. Ganesh sir who is a hard taskmaster has given me some really complicated steps. In Raees, her Laila O Laila moves gained enormous appreciation from all quarters. It's a peppy track which youngsters will enjoy. "I can see a lot of them copying the moves". It's the first song revealed from the film and doesn't feature Sanju Baba, instead it's the baddie Sharad Kelkar who is having a good time watching Sunny sizzle on stage. "I'm glad the song has been shot really well and Sunny has done a fantastic job".

Get Set For Some Good Trippy Trippy Experience With Sunny Leone!
Get Set For Some Good Trippy Trippy Experience With Sunny Leone!

Producers Bhushan Kumar & Sandeep Singh believe that the song which is an out-and-out dance number would give the film a special edge. Directed by Omung Kumar, the flick is set to hit the theatres on September 22. The film also stars Aditi Rao Hydari and Sidhant Gupta in lead roles.

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Get Set For Some Good Trippy Trippy Experience With Sunny Leone!