It’s hard to improve on a classic. It’s also hard to keep eyeballs and attention on oneself when sharing the screen with Shah Rukh Khan. Sunny Leone manages both in Laila Main Laila, the new song from Raees that is a remixed version of Zeenat Aman’s original disco number from 1980 film Qurbani. Laila Main Laila released online on Wednesday and it is, in a word, fabulous. Sunny, 35, dances to the hit track in what appears to be a dance bar setting, watched by a crowd that includes Shah Rukh Khan’s character, the titular Raees Alam. Laila Main Laila, recreated by Ram Sampath, is the only appearance Sunny Leone makes in Raees. Ram Sampath changes little in Kalyanji – Anandji’s composition, thankfully, while Javed Akhtar provides additional lyrics to those of Indeevar. The scene shifts from a posh club to a desi pub, therefore Sunny Leone’s characterization is different from that of Zeenat Aman. But watch Sunny dance to the song and you’ll have no complaints. Shah Rukh Khan also makes an appearance in Laila Main Laila, looking like he means business and only mixing it with fun for a few seconds. Towards the end of the song, SRK, who plays liquor baron Raees bhai, is back in grim form with a gun in his hand, shooting down enemies.