| New Delhi
| September 13, 2017 6:01 pm
Sunny Leone (Photo: Facebook)
Rs.100-crore club, intriguing plot and stellar performances are sometimes not enough for a film to grab the attention. You need the ‘It’ factor for the film to attract the audience and lately the ‘It’ factor for Bollywood is none other than the gorgeous celebrity, Sunny Leone!
Sunny Leone, who made her debut in the 2012 film, Jism 2, has made a name for herself in the industry by raising the glamour quotient through her item numbers or even a brief appearance/cameo.
The former adult star has turned out to be quite lucky for some films. The actress, who is not only an entertainer but a business woman as well, has given some of the most sensational performances.
Leone is a game changer as she ensures that her performance is worth the time whenever the stunning actress appears on the big screen.
Here are some of the top hits of Sunny Leone’s which were indeed a lucky charm for the film.
The recreated version of the original song not only gave the actress a chance to work with the Baadshah of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan, but also proved out to be one of the most viewed songs on Youtube with 200+ million views!
The peppy track featuring the stunning actress was one of the biggest numbers of 2014 and even crossed 100 million views in a short span of time.
The song was called as the party song of summer because of the background of the song and Leone raising the temperature with her hot avatar.
Her collaboration with The Meet Brothers has always proved to be a success for both Leone and The Meet Brothers. Pink Lips is one of the most sizzling songs of the actress’ career.
The latest song featuring Sunny and Emraan Hashmi proved to be one of the hottest songs of 2017, courtesy to their chemistry. The song is still climbing the charts with 42 million views to its credit.
Sunny Leone has indeed proved that you don’t need a big role in the film to make your mark. Seems like the actress, who has become a popular figure in India, is here to stay.
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