Imitating real life, Sunny Leone is playing a Bollywood on-screen character in an up and coming cut of-life film which highlights Sonakshi Sinha in the part of a 20-something columnist. (June 1) had prior educated that Sonakshi Sinha would play a columnist, Noor Roy Chaudhury, in her next film. The comic drama wrongdoing thriller, titled Noor, depends on Pakistani scribewriter Saba Imtiaz's 2014 novel, Karachi You're Killing Me! what's more, takes after the 20-something columnist's misfortunes. Noor, delivered by Vikram Malhotra and Bhushan Kumar, is being coordinated by promotion movie producer Sunhil Sippy. Joining Sonakshi is funnyman Kanan Gill as Saad Sehgal, Noor's closest companion and most vocal commentator. Shibani Dandekar plays Zara Patel, Noor's companion and compatriot. Purab Kohli is Ayan Banerjee, prepared photograph columnist who's ventured to the far corners of the planet and is an enchanting skeptic.
New addition to the cast: Sunny Leone who plays a leading Bollywood actress in an extended cameo. A source close to the development informs, "Sunny will shoot with Sonakshi over three-four days, she began on Thursday." Vikram confirmed the news, saying, "Yes, Sunny is a part of our movie and appears in key scenes. It's a role which only Sunny could play. You'll realise when you watch the movie. Sunny reiterated it was fun shoot ing with Sonakshi. "I wish the team all the best," she smiled, refusing to divulge details about her starry turn. Earlier Sonakshi had pointed out that her reel life profession is just a backdrop for who she is on screen. "Basically Noor is the journey of a girl who just happens to be a journalist. It's about the ups and downs in her relationships with friends, family and co-workers that every girl will relate to. It's a nice novel but since our film is based in Mumbai and not Karachi, it's more about a single girl in the city. There are no bomb sites, ours is a fun film," she asserted.