Bold Indo-Canadian star Sunny Leone certainly created a buzz with her film Jism 2 even though the film didn't too well. Here's a look at ...
Many of Leone’s fans were left disappointed with her rather ‘clean’ act in Jism 2 and Sunny has actually apologised for not exposing enough in ...
Sunny Leone with her husband cum manager Daniel Weber.
Guess who claims to be Sunny's #1 fan! It's none other than fellow stripper and Playboy model Sherlyn Chopra.
It is rumoured that Sunny is making more money from her career in Bollywood than her longstanding work as a pornstar.
The same Sunny Leone had once discovered and watched an adult sex tape and quickly kept it back for fear of being caught.
Apparently, Sunny does not have a single porn movie DVD at her home in US and no one can ever find out what she does ...
Among her top favourite actors feature the ruling Khans of Bollywood, Aamir and Salman.
No matter what you think, Sunny Leone says she has sex only with her husband and manager, Daniel Weber. “I don’t work with any other men at all, I just shoot with him. So it’s not really awkward,” says the 31-year-old adult-film actor in the latest issue of HT Brunch Quarterly.
Many of Leone’s fans were left disappointed with her rather ‘clean’ act in Jism 2. Obviously, for behind that title of a porn star, she is your ordinary Punjabi kudi — Karenjit Kaur Vohra — whose engineer father grew up in Delhi, who ate desi khaana all week, went to gurudwara every Sunday and only had pizzas on weekend at home in Canada.
“Friday and Saturday were American nights when we ate pizza or pasta or something,” she reveals. And she, who reiterates her ordinariness with “relax, I’m human,” admits that doing Bigg Boss was a great thing to have happened to her, even though she never saw herself doing anything in India.“Doing that show was the best decision, ever! And I never in a million years thought that I would be in a Bollywood movie!”
The reason behind the initial reservations is not surprising. “I thought India had a really conservative culture. I told Daniel, ‘The public’s going to hate me. The fans are ... well, there aren’t going to be any fans there!’ Where I lived, I didn’t have to think about people not accepting who I was — everybody already did!”