Sunny Leone replaces Mallika Sherawat in the Welcome sequel
After Jism 2, Sunny Leone seems to be quite in demand. The actress has bagged a meaty role in the Welcome sequel originally to be played by Mallika Sherawat, who starred in the first film.bollywood Updated: Apr 27, 2013 16:01 IST
After Jism 2, Sunny Leone seems to be quite in demand. The actress has bagged a meaty role in the Welcome sequel originally to be played by Mallika Sherawat, who starred in the first film, reported Bombay Times.
According to the daily, Sunny Leone is a rage amongst the youth and filmmakers are of the opinion that Mallika Sherawat isn't as hot as she was during the making of Welcome.
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