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Ek Paheli Leela

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Release Date

10 Apr 2015
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To talk about the key highlights of Ek Paheli Leela, it has to be Sunny Leone with her sizzling moves and steamy scenes. Another good aspect about the film is the songs. As a matter of fact, this muscial thriller includes as many as 12 songs and most of them are worth a listen.

Prime loophole of Ek Paheli Leela is Sunny Leone's acting. Although, the actress apparently worked hard, it's high time that the diva should focus on improving her acting skills.

Sunny Leone's Ek Paheli Leela is no doubt musical but it lacks in being a thriller, in true sense of the term. Apart from Sunny's oomph factor and some fine music, the movie Ek Paheli Leela offers the same old story of reincarnation. Nevertheless, you can give it a try if you are a true Sunny Leone fan.

In all honesty, just like one part of our heroine's anatomy, the audiences' interest level is never allowed to sag. The plot moves through two completely antithetical eras with surefooted steps, making sure that none of the characters trip over in their enthusiasm to inject a freneticness into the plot.

This film with its disarming mood of a fairtytale didn't need perverse props. It moves forward with confident steps creating a world of unabashed makebelieve. And yes, the twist in the climax is jolting.

It may not be revolutionary in concept or path-breaking in execution. But make no mistake. ‘Ek Paheli Leela’ is the surprise of the year.

Sunny Leone's first full-fledged Bollywood formula flick is a paheli indeed. It will leave you wracking your brains because the makers, banking on basic instinct, have brazenly decided that they don't need any intelligence in order to craft a film.

The painfully pointless Ek Paheli Leela is a full-blown cinematic conundrum whose depth is inversely proportional to the geneorus decolletage that is on show.

Feel free to have your pick. But to be honest, spare yourself the trouble. Ek Paheli Leela is simply not worth it.

The film not just marks Bobby Khan's directorial debut in Bollywood, but also Sunny Leone's 'double role debut' in Bollywood. As far as Bobby Khan and his direction cum writing are concerned, he smoothly sails his way through the film.

One has to applaud Bobby for having tackled the skin show aesthetically, which doesn't even, for once, come across as cheap or anything of that sort. All in all, Bobby Khan scores really big with his directorial debut EK PAHELI LEELA.

On the whole, EK PAHELI LEELA is worth watching, purely because of Sunny Leone and the way she has been presented… like never before!!!

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