Sunny Leone Leaves for US to Celebrate Ragini MMS 2 Success

By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites

raginimms2-showbizbites-01Sunny Leone has left for the US to celebrate the success of her latest film ‘Ragini MMS 2’. The horror erotica has been spelling magic with the audiences and after spending 12 days successfully at the box office, the film has earned much more than the expectations of the makers and the cast of the movie. Still the business is going on and on.

The domestic collections in 12 days are more than 45 crore. The film’s budget is only 18 crore something and you can see how much it has already gained and is on way also.

Sunny is much excited and she too was not expecting this much business to happen. The excited actress now wants to enjoy this big success with her family, which is why she has left for the US. Sunny Leone will now have to seriously overcome her language issue of Hindi – she now needs to learn to dub it by herself in movies.


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