In the film, Arjun Patiala, who is a character played by actress Sunny Leone reads out the phone number of the character she is playing - which incidentally happens to belong to 26-year-old Puneet Agarwal. Mr. Agarwal said in a recent interview that he has been receiving more than 100 calls a day since the movie was released on the 26th of July, this year. "I don't even dream anymore," he says. "The phone keeps ringing until four in the morning." The calls are so disturbing that he is taking legal action in an attempt to try to get the film edited so his phone number is bleeped out of the entire script. He went on to say: "They [the film's producers] should have at least called to check if it's a real number." Unfortunately, till date, the director of Arjun Patiala, Rohit Jugraj Chauhan, has declined to comment on the situation.
In the week following the release of the films, Mr. Agarwal has been unable to work, sleep or even eat his meals in peace and quiet. For him to change his number is impossible as he has had this one for years, he explains: "It's connected to my business and many old friends have this number." He continued to explain the troublesome situation: "The first two, three, even 10 calls, I thought someone was playing a prank on me. I thought maybe it was a friend of mine. But the calls kept coming - and they all asked him the same question: "Can I speak to Sunny Leone?" After realizing what was going on after a substantial amount of callers referred to the film Mr. Agarwal decided to watch the film: "So I watched the movie and my number was really there, it wasn't the fault of the callers. They really were given my number!"
He explains that he has attempted to register an official police complaint but they were unable to assist him since the callers were not committing a criminal offence. Instead, the police suggested that he approach the courts for a resolution. Mr. Agarwal has since filed a petition to have his number removed from the film.