Mandana Karimi and Sunny Leone were spotted shooting for a song sequence for Kokokola. All pictures/Satej Shinde
Speaking of these two actresses camaraderie on the sets of the film, Sunny Leone said: "The genre does interest me and I am excited to be a part of this project. No one has a particular mantra with what will work and won't work with the audience."
"I can't comment on other projects, but for Kokokola we will do our best and I am sure will match up to the audience's expectations," Sunny leone further added.
Kokokola, which also features Mandana Karimi, required Leone to pick up Bhojpuri language. Always game for a new challenge, the actor says, "The audience will see me in a new avatar. I had to learn Bhojpuri for the role."
Sunny Leone is now foraying into the southern film industry with movies like Rangeela and Veeramadevi. "Nothing is tough when you enjoy doing it or are passionate about the same. The south industry will definitely help me grow," the Jism 2 actress told IANS.
Speaking of her experience learning a new dialect, Sunny Leone said: "When it comes to my work, I always keep an open mind to learn new things -- be it even a new language."
Sunny Leone concluded: "It helps me grow as an actor and it is fun to learn new things while on the job. The dialect is something I am working on right now and I am working hard to get it right."
Apart from Kokokola, Sunny Leone's special song in the Malayalam film, Madhura Raja, is turning out to be a big draw. Fans have been screaming and dancing when she appears on the screen in the Mammootty-starrer.
Bollywood divas Sunny Leone and Mandana Karimi were spotted shooting for a song sequence in their upcoming horror-comedy Kokokola at Goregaon Filmcity. See pictures
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