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Sunny Leone’s ‘Baby Doll’ Crossed 2 Million Views in First week

Within a week of its online release, Sunny Leone’s ‘Baby Doll’ from Ragini MMS 2 has managed to create a huge stir. The song has not just crossed 2 million views at online channel but is also en route to becoming a chartbuster like Leone’s previous dance track ‘Laila Teri Le Legi’, which, incidentally, was also from another Balaji film – Shootout At Wadala.

“From jiving with John Abraham and Tusshar in ‘Laila’ to going solo for ‘Baby Doll’, Sunny has come a long way,” says an observer.

No wonder, this Kumaar-written song is turning out to be a huge high for Sunny since it is set to ignite further heat even though the film is still a month from release.

“It is been a perfect start,” says Tanuj Garg, CEO- Balaji Motion Pictures. He adds, “A chartbuster gives a huge much-needed push to a film. The coming together of horror, sex and hit music spells success. The response to the track has been overwhelming. Our audio label is also delighted.”

For composers Meet Bros Anjjan, this is a major turn in their career. Though over years they have been around delivering hit songs, an out-and-out ‘masala’ number like this, is going to further strengthen their toe-hold in Bollywood. Moreover, with the London-based singer Kanika Kapoor, who is an Indian Punjabi Sufi folk singer making her Bollywood debut with ‘Baby Doll’, there are ample firsts that the song is enjoying.

All eyes will now be on the Honey-Sunny track ‘Chaar Botal Vodka’, which releases next week.
Adds Garg, “If ‘Baby Doll’ is a positive start, ‘Chaar Botal Vodka’ is going to take you higher. Pun intended.”

Confirmed Bhushan Kumar of T-Series, “The moment I heard the song, I told Ekta (Kapoor) that it is a sure shot chartbuster. Nothing and nobody can stop it from going up the charts.”

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