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Sunny Leone REFUSES to say Sahi Pakde Hai! - Xpress Vids

Sunny Leone REFUSES to say Sahi Pakde Hai!

Fears that the phrase would be misconstrued.

When the news of the hot and sexy Sunny Leone entering &TV’s popular comedy Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai came out, the audience of the show became super excited. Sunny has entered the show as a part of an on-going track where she comes to the locality in search of a hero for her next film and finds him in Vibhuti (Aasif Sheikh). Take a look at the teaser of the Sunny Leone special.

Everyone is aware of the fact that the show’s catchphrase, ‘sahi pakde hai’ is a rage and also expected Sunny to use the dialogue while she is on the show. But the actress apparently put her foot down on this one and asked for a change in the script, a leading daily reported.

The report mentioned that Sunny feared as she felt that if she were to mouth ‘Sahi pakde hai’, it might have a different effect than it was intended to. Sunny told the makers that the line could connote a different meaning altogether, as the report mentioned.

The creative team had to then sit down with Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber and explain the fact that the catchphrase is an Angoori Bhabhi (Shubhangi Atre) trademark caption and that it meant ‘You have caught it right’ in the literal context. The actress was then convinced and went ahead with the shoot.

The actress’ entry in the show will air on Monday and her track will last an entire week.

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