Sunny Leone is a humble, girl next door, says Bhushan Patel

By Joginder Tuteja, Glamsham Editorial

With the shoot of RAGINI MMS 2 expected to kick-start in around 50 days from now, second time director Bhushan Patel (after the success of 1920: EVIL RETURNS) is looking forward to meeting his leading lady Sunny Leone in person much in advance before he starts calling the shots.

"When she was here for JISM 2 promotion, I couldn't meet her", says Bhushan, "However based on the feedback that I have received from other people, she is someone like a girl next door who is very humble and doesn't make you feel as if you are talking to a huge star. She is expected to fly down in late December or early January and once she is in, there would be a 10-15 days workshop planned with her. We would be completing the entire shooting in Mumbai itself."

Meanwhile he has also settled down to the euphoria that was generated around the release of 1920: EVIL RETURNS. Though he had signed RAGINI MMS even before the release of his Aftab Shivdasani-Tia Bajpai starrer, there were quite some anxious moments for him till the film's release. What followed after that was nothing short of magical.

"I remember being in office when Vikram called for an audio conference. He and Amin Hajee, our film's writer, were in two different places while Aftab was in Baroda. The only words of Vikram which I remember are - 'Main ek baar bol raha hoon aur baar baar nahi bolunga, our film is a super-duper hit'. This was when the afternoon shows at the single screens had opened and trends for the evening had started becoming visible. We knew that we were up for something fabulous. All of us were over the moon."

Well, with Sunny stepping in for RAGINI MMS 2, Bhushan can well expect 'something fabulous' all over again.

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