Amid Mr India 2 Controversy, Sunny Leone Turns ‘Mrs India’, And Turns Invisible- WATCH VIDEO
While there’s an ongoing debate about the remake of Mr. India, Sunny Leone took to her Instagram to share a video where she turns ‘Mrs. India’. Instead of Anil Kapoor’s watch, the actress used a hula hoop to turn invisible in this video, check it out!
There has been a lot of controversy and debate going on about the reboot of Mr India. Ever since Ali Abbas Zafar announced the remake, Sonam Kapoor, original film director Shekhar Kapur, have expressed their disappointment over not consulting the original makers and actors of the film. Amid all this, Sunny Leone being herself, decided to post a fun video of her turning into ‘Mrs India’, and gave it a hilarious spin. Instead of Anil Kapoor’s watch, the actress used a hula hoop to turn invisible in the video.
The video shared by Sunny Leone a few hours ago, features her, using an innovative accessory to turn invisible. While in the film Mr. India, Anil Kapoor uses a gold watch, in this video, Sunny Leone’s hula hoop does the work instead. She can be seen looking gorgeous in a bright yellow coloured jumpsuit, and everywhere she moves the hoop, that part turns invisible. Sunny Leone captioned the video as, “Maybe I don't need the watch to be Invisible anymore!!”
While the video sure is interesting, it is the hashtags she has used, that have grabbed our attention. The Hashtags read, “Mrs India,” and “Mogambo Khush Hoga Kya”. Check it out:
The video racked a lot of likes and within 3 hours, it has been viewed more than 6 lakh times. Sunny Leone’s hubby Daniel Weber dropped a comment that read, “This is so dope !!!!” ALSO READ: Mr India 2: Javed Akhtar Slams Shekhar Kapur, ‘Scenes, Lyrics, Title- I Gave It All, How Can Your Claim Be More Than Mine?’
Coming back to the debate over Mr. India 2, Shekhar Kapur mentioned that he was not consulted about it, and only found out on social media. He had tweeted, “The question is. If you are remaking a feature film, based on a director’s very successful work, does the Director have no creative rights over what he/she created?”
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