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Actress Sunny Leone has recently unveiled her statue at Madame Tussauds, Delhi. The actress looked sizzlingly hot in a black slit dress with a plunging neckline at the event. She had her handsome husband Daniel Weber with her during the unveiling of the statue. The ‘Jism 2’ star had shared a number of videos and pictures from her outing there but the best was when she danced to the rocking tunes of Zingaat from ‘Dhadak’.


In a video shared by the diva on her Instagram handle, we can see her dancing with her husband and crew to the tunes of Ishaan Khatter and Janhvi Kapoor’s hit number Zingaat from their recent release ‘Dhadak’. Sunny captioned the video as, “OMG yes we are crazy! How we all celebrated being at @madametussaudsdelhi @lomasrathod @yusuf_911 @hitendrakapopara @dirrty99 @jeetihairtstylist @sunnyrajani @pearlmediaco & @tomasmoucka.”

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Well, we can say that Sunny is an exceptional dancer but this time around it is her husband who stole the show.

This is not the first time that Sunny has shared video dancing with her crew, the actress had done the same at the airport on way to Delhi too.

Check out the groovy video here.


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Yes we are silly!! @sunnyrajani @pearlmediaco @yusuf_911 @jeetihairtstylist Cameron and @tomasmoucka

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Sunny, who is a former adult movie star, has been on a roll ever since she entered Salman Khan’s show Bigg Boss season five. She was offered ‘Jism 2’ by Mahesh Bhatt and since then has not looked back. Currently, the actress is gearing up for the second part of her popular web-series, ‘Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone’.

Sunny, along with her husband, are proud parents of two sons and a daughter Nisha. They have recently shifted to a new abode and also welcomed Ganpati Bappa on Ganesh Chaturthi to their new home.

We love Sunny Leone’s effervescence and charm! What about you? Do let us know.

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