Sunny Leone to celebrate V-Day 2019 in God’s Own Country

Sunny Leone to celebrate V-Day 2019 in God’s Own Country
MG Road in Kochi had come to a standstill when Sunny was there to attend the inaugural ceremony of a leading smartphone brand in 2017.
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Kochi: Adding zest to the Valentine’s Day celebrations here this year, a mega show will witness the presence of Bollywood star Sunny Leone. She will take part in the ‘Valentine’s Night 2019’ event organized jointly by M J Infrastructure and Nakshatra Entertainment.

The venue of the programme, starting at 6 pm on February 14, is Adlux convention centre, Angamaly. Along with Sunny Leone, Bollywood playback singer Tulsi Kumar will take part in the musical-dance extravaganza. Incidentally, Tulsi Kumar is performing in Kerala for the first time. Others who will take the stage at Valentine’s Night-2019 include Indian dance sensation MJ5, Malayalam playback singer Manjari, violinst Sabareesh and others.

As many 12,000 seats are available in four sections for the event and tickets can be booked online as well as purchased from the special counters arranged by the organisers. The ticket rates in rupees are Gold – 1,000, Diamond – 3,500 and Platinum – 5,000. GST applies for the tickets.

The event managers of the mega show are Zion Creations, while Manzoor Jas is the director and Shiyas Perumbavoor the coordinator.

Sunny Leone picked Kerala to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year considering the cultural traditions of the state, availability of convention centres of international standards, presence of IT hubs and mass participation, said Lishiya Pramod, Ramprasad and T R Deepak, officials of main organizer Nakshatra Entertainment.

Contact numbers: 7902546666, 7909185555.

MG Road in Kochi had come to a standstill when Sunny was there to attend the inaugural ceremony of a leading smartphone brand in 2017.

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