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Watch: Sunny Leone’s stripper act in ‘Jackpot’

For director Kaizad Gustad,Sunny Leone's presence in the ensemble may be the 'Jackpot'.

Written by Goyal Divya | New Delhi |
October 29, 2013 5:28:11 pm

Adult film star turned Bollywood actress Sunny Leone’s latest B-town venture ‘Jackpot’ shows her in sleazy avatar.

The film co staring Naseeruddin Shah shows Sunny Leone as the ‘Queen’ of a con group.

For director Kaizad Gustad,Sunny Leone’s presence in the ensemble may be the ‘Jackpot’.

The film promises some bold club tracks in the casinos of Goa,where the film’s plot is based (predictable). The trailer also reveals some steamy scenes between Sunny Leone and her co-star Sachiin Joshi. You will even catch a glimpse of Sunny Leone’s stripper act.

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Meanwhile,the ‘King’ Naseeruddin Shah,is also sporting an interesting hippie look,with long blonde locks!

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Interestingly,Sunny Leone’s husband Daniel Weber is playing a cameo in Sunny Leone’s Jackpot,but he says he has no plans to make a career in Bollywood.

Daniel,who is the manager of Sunny and owns an adult film production house,said he did the Kaizad Gustad film because the director requested him.

The film also stars Tamil actor Bharath and will hit theatres next year.

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