Sunny Leone's Sri Lankan tour cancelled!

Sunny Leone's Sri Lankan tour cancelled!

Sunny Leone's Sri Lankan tour cancelled!

\Casino restaurant invites Amisha ....

in place of Sunny, for X'mas concert

Bollywood sensual actress Sunny Leone who became a popular news item in the media recently
is touring Sri Lanka during X'mas season, it is heard.

She was expected to be present to hold a concert at Belize Casino which is a registered casino restaurant in D.R. Wijewardena Mawatha, Colombo. However, what is reported now is that this casino has dropped the idea of getting down Sunny Leone to the island, at the last moment. Instead, they had got down another Bollywood actress named Amisha Patel in her place. As such, Amisha has come to the island last 20th to hold the concert and had left Sri Lanka the very following day no sooner it was over. Sunny Leone on the other hand had not come to Sri Lanka. It is not clear whether the reason for Sunny Leone not coming to Sri Lanka was because she had rejected the offer of coming here or whether the casino institution had changed their invitation. Whatever it is, the casino had issued tickets from last November saying that Sunny was being coming here.

Member of Parliament, Wimal Weeravansha who held a special media meeting in this connection during the time news spread around that Sunny Leone was to be brought to Sri Lanka said that an era has dawned where a Blue film actress is being brought to Sri Lanka for promoting casino under the Yahapalanaya. What the government said in relation to Wimal's statement was that it was a personal tour of an actress and the government is not aware of it. A video expressing that Sunny Leone was attracted to Sri Lanka and that she is fond of king coconuts was popularly broadcast over the internet.

Whatever it is, Sunny did not step on this soil in the end. The announcement was publicly displayed by that casino institute that they would be bringing Sunny on December 20th and later that it has been changed saying that Amisha would be called instead.

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