Sunny Leone attends Aamir Khan's late night party
Will Sunny Leone work with Aamir Khan in future? Pictured: Sunny and AamirVarinder Chawla

After bagging an item number in Shah Rukh Khan starrer "Raees," Sunny Leone may reportedly be seen alongside Aamir Khan in "Dangal." It has been reported that Aamir wanted to work with Sunny, and thus he has arranged a space for the "One Night Stand" actress in the upcoming biopic. 

"Aamir expressed a willingness to work with Sunny Leone some time back. He has now followed up his verbal commitment by actually finding space for Sunny Leone in 'Dangal.' At the moment we are not sure about the nature of her performance in the film. But there is something definitely on the anvil," SKJ Bollywood News quoted a source as saying. 

Sunny has always maintained that she is a big fan of Aamir and it will be a dream come true for her if she gets an opportunity to work with the "PK" actor. Aamir too had said on Twitter that he would love to work with the diva, after an interviewer had asked Sunny if Aamir would want to work with her. 

The interview had created a lot of controversy as it was alleged that the interviewer was "misogynistic" and "prejudiced" in his approach when asking about Sunny's past life as a porn-star. "I think Sunny conductd herself wid a lot of grace & dignity. I wish I cud hav said tha same abt the interviewer (sic)," Aamir had tweeted following the interview became viral. "Sunny I wil b happy 2 wrk wid u.I hav absolutely no problems wid ur 'past', as the interviewer puts it (sic)," he added.

Sunny and her husband had recently attended a late night party that was arranged by Aamir. The actress had also bonded with Aamir over a lunch in New Delhi sometimes back. Meanwhile, Sunny will be seen dancing on the revised version of the iconic song "Laila O Laila" along with Shah Rukh in "Raees." This is the first time that the sizzling actress will share screen space with SRK. Sunny has a couple of upcoming movies including "One Night Stand" and "Tina and Lolo."

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