Raees trailer: Shah Rukh Khan and Sunny Leone’s Twitter chat cannot be missed

Shah Rukh Khan's Raees has a special song "Laila O Laila" featuring Sunny Leone.

Written by Mimansa Shekhar | New Delhi | Updated: December 10, 2016 5:53 pm
raees sunny leone, sunny leone shah rukh khan, sunny srk, sunny leone srk twitter, sunny leone raees twitter, twitter messages sunny srk, raees trailer, raees news, indian express, indian express news Actor Sunny Leone took to Twitter to thank Shah Rukh Khan for “changing her life.”

Shah Rukh Khan is a thorough charmer. While he has impressed all his female fans with his romantic roles in YRF and Dharma films, his rough and tough avatar of a gangster in his latest film Raees has impressed someone special. It is none other than actor Sunny Leone. Sunny who is doing a special number in the SRK film left a sweet message for King Khan on Twitter after its trailer was released, and what followed what the cutest Twitter banter you would’ve seen in recent times.

We all know that the trailer of Raees was welcomed with open arms by both critics and masses alike. While the promo continues to get more and more hits on its YouTube page, the two scenes of Sunny in the trailer are enough to leave many excited too. Sunny will be seen doing an item song in the film titled “Laila O Laila”, which is a recreated version of the old classic.

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To work with Shah Rukh is any actor’s dream, and Sunny couldn’t hold back her happiness too. She left a message for the superstar. It read “There are certain people who can change ur life in entertainment& Mr @iamsrk can!!Thank u! @rahuldholakia sir thank u4 giving me a chance!”

Just like his wit and adorable words, SRK sent a reply back to Sunny. He wrote “You are too gracious. Thank u for adding so much to Raees. Keep smiling.”

Check out their exchange of messages on Twitter here.

 

Raees, which has been directed by Rahul Dholakia also stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Mahira Khan. The film traces the story of a Gujarat-based gangster and is set in the 1980s.

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