What Is Good
- Sunny Leone
- Sunny Leone
- Sunny Leone
What Is Bad
- Pretty much everything
Meera(Sunny Leone) is a supermodel from Milan, who enjoys her glamorous life. But, amidst all this, she has a troubled past and a fear of darkness and flights. Karan (Jay Bhanushali) is a musician in Mumbai who keeps some having horrible nightmares about a girl called Leela. Time flies and Meera comes to Rajasthan for a shooting and thus a 300 hundred year old mystery is revealed.
To start with, it was not shock to me that that theatres were jam-packed even on a working Friday. Well, Sunny Leone sure has something in her that gets people to love her and even for the once who hate, secretly love her. Can the actress act? Well, that is a clear no. Also her Rajasthani accent will bleed your ears, but still, the movie is an absolute Sunny Leone (skin) show all the way. The actress has left no stone unturned to reveal how much ever she can to make this solo show of hers a hit. From sexy British-Indian supermodel to a sexy Rajasthani beauty, Sunny Leone looks very amazing. She is the hero of the film amongst the supporting cast including, Mohit Ahlawat, Rajniesh Duggal, Jay Bhanushali and Rahul Dev, who are pretty much unnoticeable. The movie also ha Sunny’s husband, Daniel Weber in a cameo and he too should just go back to doing what he does best. Bollywood isn’t his cup of tea.
The dialogues of the film are utterly disgusting and Sunny Rajasthani accent is equally haunting. The movie is however beautifully designed and each frame looks stunning. The songs are very well-shot and could be called the USP of the film. All the songs of the movie are mesmerizing, but five minutes into the movie, you already get two songs. This does not stop here; the movie has so many tracks, that it is hardly possible to get the gist of the plot, which again is too confusing. All that I could get from this 2 hours long show of seduction, dance and music was that the movie is about re-incarnation. Also because the concept has been tried and tested like a thousand times before, there is nothing new in the plot that can be spoken about. The movie travels back and forth in time, and is shot in locales of Mumbai to London to Jodhpur. Also speaking about the director, Bobby Khan, who rightly can be called as the biggest fan of the seductress Sunny Leone, so much so, that there is no single frame in the film that does not have Sunny in it. The direction has nothing to talk about as the film is all about less clothes and plenty cleavage show. The editing could have better.
On a whole, Ek Paheli Leela offers nothing unique and new when it comes to its story and style of helming, but it sure has Sunny Leone, who in itself is enough to attract the audiences to the screens. The makers very well knew the USP of the film and have worked only on it to garner business. If you too are amongst the people who love watching erotic content without logic, this is the movie for you. The climax is extremely predictable and the screenplay goes haywire. Ek Paheli Leela is entertaining? Yes. But only if you love Sunny Leone (which we know you do).
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