Sunny Leone to start shoot of Malayalam psychological thriller Shero in April

Shero, directed and scripted by Sreejith Vijayan, will see Sunny in the lead role
Sunny Leone to start shoot of Malayalam psychological thriller Shero in April
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Bollywood diva Sunny Leone has signed a Malayalam psychological thriller directed and scripted by Sreejith Vijayan titled Shero. While sharing the teaser of the film, Sunny Leone wrote in the caption, 'I am very much excited after being a part of this film. The film is a psychological thriller film and the film will be released in 4 languages ​​in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, and Malayalam'.

Sunny, who did a cameo role in the Mammootty starrer Madhuraja, is said to portray a strong woman in Shero. According to Sreejith, Sunny will be joining the shoot after she completes a Hindi film that she is working on in Bengaluru. The director, who has worked in movies such as Kuttanadan Marpapa and Margamkali said the shoot for the movie will start soon after Vishu in April. He says, “There is not a single frame in the movie without her.” The director also hints that the movie, which will produced under the banner of Ikigai movie, will have some big names from the Southern movie industry in it.

Sunny Leone was recently in Kerala, shooting for the new season of reality show MTV Splitsvilla. This was her repeat visit to God’s Own Country as she had first arrived here in 2017. The actress was in the State for a month and seemed to have had a good time judging by the photos she shared, some of herself with her family. In one Instagram post, the actress shared a picture of herself with a caption “In love with God’s own country – Kerala”.

Images of the family relishing a Kerala sadhya were viral. The family looked stunning dressed in Kerala traditional attire. While Sunny looked resplendent in a Kerala sari and long braided hair decorated with jasmines, her husband, Daniel Weber, was dressed in kurta and dhoti. Their daughter, Nisha, wore a kasavu pattuvada and their two sons were dressed in shirts and dhotis.

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