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Game Over finally makes Gurleen Chopra the Female Serial Kisser of B-town

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The Punjabi beauty who was launched in Bollywood with her film Indian Babu, Gurleen Chopra is all excited for the release of her next Bollywood flick - Game Over.
Looks like the upcoming stint will be a game changer for this glamorous actress. Gurleen will be seen playing an uber hot and bold character, showcasing a new side to her for the first time ever. According to reliable sources, she has 21 kissing scenes in the movie for which she had to take 115 retakes. The temperature is going to go soaring high.
Having been featured in Bollywood as well as in several multilingual blockbusters, she has played some really interesting roles in the past. But, Game Over will portray her in a different light altogether. From what is to be believed, she is raising the heat up through the roof. No B-town actress has ever matched those numbers before, so is it safe to call Gurleen Chopra the lady Emraan Hashmi or rather, should we say the female serial Kisser?

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