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Sunny Leone's sizzling Instagram pictures
Sunny Leone is undoubtedly a bombshell in B-town. She was a part of Dabboo Ratnani’s annual calendar and didn’t fail to steam it up with an incredible photo shoot.
Taking to Instagram, Sunny posted a picture of her look from the shoot where she oozed oomph and sensuality. In the picture, the actress can be seen wearing a short apron with black knee-length boots and black lingerie. She can also be seen holding a mop in her hand and with a seductive expression.
Sunny captioned the sizzling click as, “This is my "bad wifey" shot from Dabboo's calendar! Scrub scrub scrub!!! Lol.Sunny Leone is one of the most active celebrities on social media. She not only has an envious body but also a gorgeous face that one can't get enough of. The actress is a treat for the sore eyes and is always camera ready. With her oomph, flawless beauty and charming demeanour, Sunny makes sure to leave the audience drooling over her pictures.
Here’s another picture of the diva that you can add to your favourites. Sunny took to Instagram to share a picture where she’s seen clad in a red one-shoulder top paired up with blue jeans. With her tresses let loose and minimal makeup, Sunny glows as usual and looks more stylish than ever.Sunny Leone has come a long way in Bollywood. Though she faces opposition and rejection from a lot of people even today, she still boasts of a huge fan following.
The actress not only entertains her fans with her films but also keeps them posted about her happenings in life through social media. Sunny recently shared a sun-kissed picture of herself on her Instagram handle and it is a total bliss. Donning a grey top and blue jeans, Sunny looks fresh as a daisy even sans makeup. With one side braided hair, she strikes a simple pose for the camera. On the work front, Sunny Leone was last seen in Arbaaz Khan starrer film 'Tera Intezaar'.
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