Tusshar Kapoor wishes to marry Sunny Leone
The recent music launch of ‘Shootout at Wadala’ grabbed some more eyeballs because of the growing proximity between Sunny Leone and Tusshar Kapoor. Their chemistry was pretty evident at the launch, what with Tusshar Kapoor stepping in like her knight in shining armor.
Sunny Leone, an adult star, made her first Bollywood appearance in ‘Jism 2’. The film did not work as expected, but Sunny Leone became the most searched name after that. In ‘Shootout at Wadala’, Sunny Leone has done an item song, namely, “Laila Teri Le Legi.” Tusshar Kapoor was also heard saying that she also has quite a significant role in the movie.
One might think that Sunny Leone has had it comparatively easier than most of her contemporaries, but that is absolutely untrue. To create a niche in the Hindi film industry, she has had to work hard so as to break the perceptions of most people. In her song, she will be seen in a desi avatar. At a recent press conference for the same, Sunny Leone went all out to impress the media persons. Although she is not fluent in Hindi, she spoke a few lines in Hindi for the media people and so that she could connect better with her Indian fans.
However, she was very apprehensive of speaking in Hindi, and facing the media persons at the same time. Tusshar Kapoor sensed that and came to her rescue. When she was asked about questions relating to her song, which has sexual undertones, Tusshar Kapoor helped her with the answers, and told her how to tactfully deal with the same.
Tusshar Kapoor also danced with Sunny Leone at the launch of her song ‘Laila’. It can be safely said that she has found an ardent supporter and friend in Tusshar Kapoor.
Tusshar Kapoor when asked if he would marry a girl like Sunny Leone, Tusshar Kapoor replied, “Why not!? She is very good-looking, very confident, very talented and also has a way with words. Where else would one get a combination of beauty and brains? Par mera aisa naseeb kahan?”
Well, here is some mutual admiration society.
Directed by Sanjay Gupta, the film boasts of performances by Priyanka Chopra and Sohpie Choudry. It is based on the first ever encounter that was recorded by the Mumbai Police. The film stars Tusshar Kapoor, John Abraham, Anil Kapoor, Manoj Bajpayee, Sonu Sood and Kangana Ranaut.