The Bengaluru police have given permission for Sunny Leone's programme in the city. Thus, Bengalureans, who are waiting for Sunny's performance for nearly a year, will see her dance on November 3, despite protests from Kannada organisations.

Tickets for the event are selling fast and the organisers have asked for additional security to conduct the programme as they fear protests that will be staged by the Kannada activists.

Rules have been set and no liquor will be sold near the venue. In fact, people taking part in the programme will be frisked and checked thoroughly before entering the venue, said Bengaluru police officers.

Kannada organisations had protested against 'Sunny Leone night' scheduled at Manyatha Tech Park in Bengaluru on December 31, 2017.

But now, the police have given permission to Sunny Leone event rejecting protesters' plea to deny permission for the same as Karnataka is celebrating Rajyotsava on November 1, that extends through the entire month.

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