Sunny Leone has never failed to impress her fans and fashion police with her breathtaking looks. From casual wear to gorgeous dresses and gowns, Sunny has nailed every look with utmost grace and elegance. Recently the hot actor wore a sexy body-hugging dress from Dubai based designer Lina Mane for an event and the fans kept on drooling over her hot pictures. The dress emphasized the curves and gave a sultry effect. The shimmer highlighter on the pastel pink dress is what you can’t miss. While sharing the picture, Sunny wrote a serious caption with a pose, keeping her lips on the lips. “Silence is better than B.S!”, the actor wrote. Also Read - Sunny Leone's Hubby Daniel Weber Shares Her Cutest Then-And-Now Picture on Her Birthday
Pastels are meant for bright sunlit events and Sunny Leone paired it with a delicate diamond neckpiece. Keeping the rest of the look simple, the actor wore a diamond bracelet and went for wavy hair. Also Read - Sunny Leone To Provide Meals To 10,000 Migrant Workers In Delhi - Details Here
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Recently, the Ragini MMS 2 star shared a video in which she is seen posing in a sexy yellow jumpsuit as Mrs India and is seen getting invisible using a hula hoop just like the one in Harry Potter—The cloak of invisibility! The video has been breaking the Internet as it has already garnered more than 4 million views within an hour. She captioned the post as,” Maybe I don’t need the watch to be Invisible anymore!! #MrsIndia #SunnyOnTikTok #Jhakaas #MogamboKhushHogaKya.”
Sunny is a former adult movie star who made her debut in Bollywood with Mahesh Bhatt’s Jism 2. She became a household name in India after she participated in the 5th season of the controversial reality show Bigg Boss post which she bagged her first Bollywood movie. Sunny Leone is now a television host, presenter, Bollywood actor and a reality television show judge.
Talking about the film, Kokakola, it is based in Uttar Pradesh and the ‘Baby Doll’ fame also learned the local dialect for the film. During an interview with an entertainment portal, Sunny said, “The genre does interest me and I am excited to be a part of this project. No one has a particular mantra with what will work and won’t work with the audience. I can’t comment on other projects, but for ‘Coca Cola’ we will do our best and I am sure will match up to the audience’s expectations.”