'Laila Main Laila' review: Sunny Leone steals heart as Laila, brings back the oomph from 70s

21 December 2016, 09:02 PM
'Laila Main Laila' review: Sunny Leone steals heart as Laila, brings back the oomph from 70s
'Laila Main Laila' review: Sunny Leone steals heart as Laila, brings back the oomph from 70s

After creating much of the curiosity amongst the audience with her first look from an item number from 'Raees', actress Sunny Leone on Wednesday released the song 'Laila Main Laila'.

The song is a recreation of a hit song from 70s 'Laila O Laila', featuring Zeenat Aman from 'Qurbani', which became a classic number.
Sunny is seen in a desi avatar and is seen dancing in a dance bar in the song which also features lead actor Shah Rukh Khan.

Sunny Leone took it to micro-blogging site Twitter to release the song and wrote, "PRESENTING LAILA to THE WORLD".

 

 

The actress has impressed everyone with her sizzling dance moves as it has brought back the oomph of the classic number. Besides, Sunny has managed to steal the show from SRK completely.

Perfect background, foot-tapping music and groovy moves have made the item number a perfect visual treat.

'Laila Main Laila' is the new peppy number of the town and is recreated by Ram Sampath. The song which was originally sung by Kalyanji-Anand, has now got its vocals by Pawni Kalyan.

While a comparison between Sunny and Zeenat is quite obvious in the song, the 'Jism 2' actress had stated that she has been quite nervous about the analogy.

"She was such a big star and the song became iconic. I am not thinking too much about it and focusing on the fact that I have been given the opportunity of a lifetime. The fact that my Bollywood career has taken such a wonderful turn and I got to work with a huge star like Shah Rukh, whom I admire very much,” Sunny had told a leading daily.

'Raees' has been one of the most talked about movies of the year, which after much of delay, is set to hit the screens on January 25.

 

First Published: Wednesday, December 21, 2016 08:29 PM
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