Story Line – London-based model Mira (Sunny Leone) comes to India on a task. She begins to look all starry eyed at a sovereign in Jaisalmer and gets hitched to him. In the interim, a growing musical artist Karan (Jay Bhanushali) is getting constant bad dreams in the wake of listening to an old Rajasthani people tune and continues mumbling the name Leela in slumber. How is Mira identified with Leela? This one is more than simply a rebirth story
Review : The inclination of not considering a Sunny Leone film important is going to change. Ek Paheli Leela may not be an artistic treat however its precarious peak Emakes it watchable. With a strong story set up, this vivaciously shot rebirth show is plotted painstakingly with its remaining details tying up into an exciting end.
What hoses the quality of the plot are its sexual allusions and the unnecessary melodies that continue popping in oftentimes without including much. There are nine melodies constrained into the bundle which dilute the film’s punch. The story moves energetically between the present and the past without appearing to be excessively divergent. With its runtime of more than two hours, the film gets monotonous, something that could have been effectively amended by more honed altering
Director Bobby Khan amps up the oomph remainder, helping Sunny draw a character than requests a consistent execution. What’s more, to be reasonable, she has conveyed her most sincere act in this way. She has taken a shot at her etymological aptitudes truly and can act out a considerable measure better than anyone might have expected. The men are great however Rajneesh Duggal has the most unmistakable science with Sunny. Mohit Ahlawat and Jay Bhanushali are great and Jas Arora’s vamp demonstration was mischievous.