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Sunny Leone visits Siddhivinayak temple before Ragini MMS 2 shooting
Sunny Leone, an adult star-turned Bollywood actress, was seen in demure avatar, wearing the traditional salwar kameez while accompanying Ekta Kapoor on a visit to Siddhivinayak temple. The stars visited the temple to offer prayers before they start shooting for their new film, Ragini MMS 2, set to be released in October later this year.

IT IS a known fact that Ekta Kapoor is a religious person who visits temples before starting new projects. So, this is clearly a promotion campaign for her movie and Leone's visit as anticipated attracted huge eye-balls with reporters from various media outlets thronging the temple apart from a number of locals who were also waiting to get a glimpse of the sexy star. It could have been a quite affair had Leone not accompanied Ekta. But, Leone has created the buzz about the movie with her temple visit, which is only going to help in promotion of the movie.

When the star got a chance to talk to the media, she wasted no time stating that people should come and watch her second movie. In this NNIS video, she said, “Thanks for coming out here and it is the first day of shooting. We got blessed today and I am so happy today that all of you are here so early in the morning. We are shooting Ragini MMS 2 and I hope you all will watch it.”

Leone’s debut film, Jism 2, had some steamy scenes that got the Bollywood talking, but her upcoming movie Ragini MMS 2 would not have any such scenes, as Ekta wants to portray her in a demure avatar. It is going to be a challenge for the Canadian-born Indian girl.

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