EXCLUSIVE: What Sunny Leone Prayed For At Siddhivinayak Temple

Bollywood actor Sunny Leone made an extra effort to wake up extra early, to make it in time to attend the Kakkad arti, a special puja performed at 5 am
Bollywood actor Sunny Leone made an extra effort to wake up extra early, to make it in time to attend the Kakkad arti, a special puja performed at 5 am
Bollywood actor Sunny Leone made an extra effort to wake up extra early, to make it in time to attend the Kakkad arti, a special puja performed at 5 am
Bollywood actor Sunny Leone made an extra effort to wake up extra early, to make it in time to attend the Kakkad arti, a special puja performed at 5 am

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MUMBAI: Indo-Canadian sizzling adult actress and Bollywood’s latest foreign import: Sunny Leone to India was spotted at the Siddhivinayak temple yesterday morning, as we had reported here. And now, we have exclusive pictures to go with our report, of what transpired inside the sacred temple.

As we had mentioned, Sunny Leone had gone to Siddhivinayak temple, to seek the blessings of the elephant-headed Lord Ganesha, before beginning shooting for Ekta Kapoor’s ‘Ragini MMS 2’. Sunny made an extra effort to wake up extra early, to make it in time to attend the Kakkad arti, a special puja performed at 5 am, in the Siddhivinayak temple premises.

To ensure that ‘Ragini MMS 2’ begins on an auspicious note, Sunny and her producer Ekta Kapoor made the visit at Siddhivinayak temple. Seen in a demure white Indian salwar-kameez, Sunny Leone looked the epitome of traditional Indian shyness and morality. With a bright red tilak adorning her pale forehead, Sunny blended in with the crowds at Siddhivinayak temple.

She was accompanied by Ekta Kapoor and several bodyguards, for her temple visit. Not surprising, since visiting holy places before initiating a film’s shooting and release is now common tradition in Bollywood. Katrina Kaif makes it a point to visit the Ajmer Sharief dargah before every release, and even other Bollywood stars and filmmakers are superstitious about taking the prints of their film to a temple, church or mosque before a release.

One only hopes that these stars’ efforts pay off, and that they manage to appease and attain the blessings of the Lord, before releasing a particular film!