Adult star Sunny Leone is lusty and spooky 'Baby Doll'

By Ajit Ramachanddran, Glamsham Editorial

Sunny Leone, porn-star diva and sex doll, who boasts of invading the lusty minds of scores of her admirers has now turned... 'Baby Doll' for RAGINI MMS-2!

The 'first look' of the maiden song 'Baby Doll' of Ekta Kapoor's spine-chilleroo is all set to storm psyches, come February 12, 2014. And for all those SL acolytes, who can't seem to hold their (libidinous) horses, there's good news to unveil: the song teaser will grace online space on February 7, 2014!

Earlier, the trailer of the keenly-awaited RAGINI MMS-2 was released online recently... and it is for the first time that the trailer was also seeded on adult websites, making it a premier honour for a Bollywood movie! Leone and the unabashed boldness of the trailer have already ensured that zillions of netizens will turn more and more mouse-crazy.

For the uninitiated, it's a well-documented fact that

Sunny is among the most searched online celebrities and her videos on adult sites enjoy an incredible viewership.

Balaji was keen for Sunny's audiences around the world to get a taste of her new trailer, a heady mix of horror and sex!

RAGINI MMS 2 is a part of the most successful horror franchise in India and Balaji wants to ensure that the latter's global audience consumes the content at the same time as her Indian fans!

A blissed-out Sunny Leone chirped to the media, "Audiences the world over have always loved and accepted me for all the work that I've done and I'm ensuring my work reaches my global audience so that they don't miss out on the fun and action of RAGINI MMS-2!"

Confirmed Tanuj Garg, CEO - Balaji Motion Pictures, ''Sunny has an enormous international fan base and the trailer will be seeded across a wide spectrum of websites.''

Gear up for a heady mix of horror and sex that will chill theatres, come March 21, 2014.

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