The clip, which the singer helps direct, sees Freida Pinto as a stripper whom he's 'making love like gorillas' with.
After teasing fans with several clips, Bruno Mars has finally released the full music video for his latest single, "Gorilla". The clip opens with two girls talking in Spanish about a new girl at their workplace whom they're jealous of.
Then emerges Freida Pinto, who serves as the leading lady. The "Slumdog Millionaire" actress plays stripper Isabella, the new girl who's "making love like gorillas" with Mars in the back of a car. Luis Guzman makes a cameo in the six-minute clip.
The music video was first premiered on Mars' Facebook page on Tuesday, October 15. The Hawaiian singer co-directed the clip with Cameron Duddy, the same person behind the music video for Mars' "Locked Out of Heaven".
"Gorilla" is the fourth single off Mars' platinum-selling album, "Unorthodox Jukebox". The album has spawned three top 5 singles on Billboard 100. Lead single "Locked Out of Heaven" and second single "When I Was Your Man" both landed at the chart's No. 1, while third single "Treasure" peaked at No. 5.
Mars is currently in the middle of his sold-out Moonshine Jungle World tour in Europe. The 28-year-old singer is also gearing up for Super Bowl XLVIII's halftime show in February 2014.
Bruno Mars' "Gorilla" music video