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Sunny Leone to do item song in Bhoomi- Cinema express

Sunny Leone in a trippy number for Bhoomi

The actress has been roped in for the special dance number in Sanjay Dutt's comeback film which will be released in September

Published: 25th July 2017

The makers of Sanjay Dutt’s comeback film Bhoomi, the shooting of which was completed a couple of months back, were looking for an actress to be part of a special song in the film. It has now been confirmed that Sunny Leone has been roped in for the special dance number. The film’s director Omung Kumar says, “The song comes at a crucial juncture in the narrative and Sunny was our only choice.”
The actress will be shooting for the song titled Trippy Trippy, which has been composed by music composer duo Sachin-Jigar with lyrics by Priya Saraiya. The song will be choreographed by Ganesh Acharya and is likely to be shot next month.
About shooting for the song, Sunny Leone says, “I have been working on it with Omung (Kumar) sir and Ganesh sir. Rehearsals have already started. Ganesh sir who is a hard taskmaster has given me some really complicated steps. I’m trying my best to master them." She says the look of the song will be very different from anything seen before. "It’s a peppy track which youngsters will enjoy. I can see a lot of them copying the moves,” she adds. 

Sunny, who has not yet interacted with Sanjay Dutt, says that she has been a fan of the actor for the longest time and is looking forward to shooting with him.
Bhoomi is an emotional revenge drama that explores the relationship between a father and daughter, and is set to release in September.

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