Sunny Leone Apologises To Delhi Resident For Sharing His Mobile Number In Arjun Patiala

Sunny Leone read out a phone number in the film Arjun Patiala, which belongs to a Delhi resident, who wanted to take legal actions against makers.Now, Sunny has apologized for giving out his number

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Sunny Leone Apologises To Delhi Resident For Sharing His Mobile Number In Arjun Patiala
Diljit Dosanjh and Kriti Sanon’s latest film Arjun Patiala released a week ago and the spoof comedy didn’t do well at the box office. The film failed to create its magic with the audience and opened on a low note, and going up by a very miniscule margin ever since. The film features Sunny Leone and she made a small appearance in a song called Crazy Habibi v/s Decent Munda and in a scene, she gives out a phone number to DIljit which actually belongs to a Delhi resident named Puneet Aggarwal.

After the release of the movie, Delhi man Puneet had been constantly receiving multiple calls from random strangers thinking it was Sunny Leone’s real number. While the makers must have thought it was a made- up number, turns out they were wrong. Puneet has been receiving 100-150 calls per day and he has been subjected to lewd talks to verbal abuses. He even filed a complaint but it wasn’t considered a criminal offence as such. Now, in an interview with Zoom TV, Sunny Leone apologized to the man by saying, “Sorry I didnt mean for that to happen to you. Must get some reeally interesting people calling.”


It sure must be an absolute nightmare to get so many random calls every day! In other news, Arjun Patiala released on July 26 along with Ekta Kapoor’s Judgementall Hai kya starring Kangana Ranaut and Rajukummar Rao. Arjun Patiala opened with Rs. 1.25 crore, followed by Rs. 1.50 crore on second day and Rs. 1.75 crore on third day, closing the opening weekend on a dismal note.


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