Sunny Leone to Play Lead in ‘Guntur Talkies’ Sequel, Replaces Rashmi

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After conquering the Bollywood with her charm and beauty the lusty lady Sunny Leone is set to win the Suth Indian movie industry. She will be seen in the sequel of erotic Telugu movie ‘Guntur Talkies’. Raj Kumar who produced the original will be producing as well as directing Guntur Talkies sequel. The shooting will start from Dussehra but Sunny’s slot will start from November. There is also news that the makers have designed a special set in Mumbai for her 20 days shooting. Sunny will be playing a Telugu lady as don. No doubt it is going to be interesting!

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According to the source: “The filmmakers were planning to rope in a big star and approached Sunny a while ago. She will be playing a Telugu ammayi in the film. The actress liked the role and agreed to be part of the project…”

Sunny will play the lead lady in ‘Guntur Talkies‘ sequel replacing Rashmi who played the lead in its first franchise. Apart from Sunny, Malayalam actor Vineeth , Shraddha Das, Vineeth, Brahmanandam, senior actors Naresh, Adithi Singh and Mahesh Manjrekar have been taken aboard for the film. Interesting fact is,it is not Sunny’s debut in South Indian Industry, as she was already part of the Telugu movie, Manchu Manoj’s Current Theega, where she played a small role. But in ‘Guntur Talkies’ she will be playing an important role with longer screen presence. The moviewill be shot in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi languages. Director Puri Jagannadh’s mentee Kiran is working for the story and screenplay.

This adult entertainer quit her former profession and joined Bollywood in 2012 with erotic crime drama ‘Jism 2’ and from then there is no looking back. Now she is a well known name here and has worked any many important projects with the biggies of Bollywood. We wish Sunny Leone all the luck for her upcoming projects!

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