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Every actor in Bollywood dreams of sharing screen space with Shahrukh Khan and Sunny Leone, is among the lucky ones to do so. Sunny, recently shot a song for Raees along with the Baadshah of Bollywood and says she was shy, nervous and excited at the same time after seeing SRK.
Sunny Leone will be seen in a song named Laila O Laila, along with Shahrukh Khan which is a remix of a 1980 chartbuster.
When asked about how she feels working with Shahrukh Khan, Sunny Leone was quoted as saying,
"Working with Shah Rukh was unbelievable, it was a dream come true. When you wish for something every single day and then you get a chance, just the offer to work with somebody like him, it was a very proud moment for me."
Sunny further continued,
"I was the happiest ever. To see myself and Shah Rukh on the screen, in one frame, that was... the first time I saw, the first shot, it was very emotional for me. I was like 'I have make up on, control your emotions'. I was constantly saying, 'Oh God! My first shot with him, thank you'."
Of course, we can understand Sunny Leone's excitement working with Shahrukh Khan. Any actor would love to be seen on-screen in one frame with the King Khan. When asked about SRK's professionalism, Sunny says,
"He is very nice, respectful, and professional. I am such a dork, I get shy, I am like that person who doesn't know what to talk when that person is standing in front of you. You admire them, look upto them and you think 'they have accomplished so much', and then they're in front of you and you just don't know what to say."