Sunny Spices Things up with Seshamma Seshamma...

After months of wooing, actor and director Prem has successfully managed to get Sunny Leone on board for DK directed by Udaya Prakash.

Published: 04th August 2014 11:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th August 2014 11:15 AM   |  A+A-


BANGALORE: After months of wooing, actor and director Prem has successfully managed to get Sunny Leone on board for DK directed by Udaya Prakash.  

The actress is currently in Bangalore for three days and is shooting for the song Seshamma Seshamma Bagilu Tegeya along with actor Prem, who has also penned the lyrics and the music has been scored by Arjun Janya.

We hear that the actress has brightened up the film sets with her sizzling moves to the folk beats.

According to our sources, the shoot began on August 1 and Sunny joined the sets from Sunday. "She is currently shooting in Mohan B Kere Studio situated at Nelamangala-Kunigal checkpost where a huge set has been erected for the song sequence. She will be completing the shoot today before she heads back to Mumbai," sources say.

It is believed that Sunny is being paid a whooping Rs 1 crore for the song.

City Express managed to get a few pictures of the song sequences. "There are a lot of restrictions here and the shooting is mostly happening  behind closed doors," adds our source.

Prem seems to have a fascination for bringing in B-Town heroines to Sandalwood. In the past he was successful in getting Mallika Sherawat for Preeti Yeke Bhimi Melide, Yana Gutpa for Jogi and Scarlet Wilson for Prem's Adda. Now with Sunny Leone, it clearly states that the actor-director believes that these heroines are a  lucky charm for him. With Sunny's inclusion, we hope the film brings extraordinary success to  Prem and Udaya Prakash.


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