Sri Devi says that she is coming to rock in Mr. India 2.
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Sri Devi says that she is coming to rock in Mr. India 2.

Munger : India | Oct 09, 2012 at 7:47 PM PDT
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Bollywood's beautiful actress Sri Devi says that she is coming to rock in Mr. India 2. During an interview She said that the preparations for the sequel of Mr. India 2 is at its peak and this film will featured next year for which Salman Khan has agreed to be Mogambo which was done by Amresh Puri in the original movie and got allot of praise for this character.

The movie was a super hit. Main characters were played by Anil Kapoor and Sri Devi. Both will play the main lead in the sequel as well.

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Sri Devi says that she is coming to rock in Mr. India 2.
Sri Devi says that she is coming to rock in Mr. India 2..
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