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Aamir Khan meets Sunny Leone for lunch in Delhi

Actor Sunny Leone, who was in news for a rather offensive interview by Bhupendra Chubey, was invited by actor Aamir Khan for lunch in Delhi.

bollywood Updated: Feb 10, 2016 12:48 IST
HT Correspondent
Aamir Khan invited Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber for lunch in Delhi, where he is currently camped for a shoot.
Aamir Khan invited Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber for lunch in Delhi, where he is currently camped for a shoot.(HT Photo)

After extending support to her on Twitter recently, actor Aamir Khan reportedly invited actor Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber for lunch. Aamir is shooting in the Capital while Leone and Weber were in the capital on other work commitments. “After the lunch, the conversation spilled over on to evening tea. Aamir has extended an invitation to them to visit him on the sets of his film,” a Mumbai tabloid quoted a source as saying.

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The Indian Express quoted a source as saying, “Aamir was very warm and hosted a sumptuous lunch for Sunny and her husband. The conversation veered around movies to the support she received from the industry recently.”

The actor was recently in news for a rather rude and offensive interview by senior journalist Bhupendra Chaubey. While the said journalist came in for much flak, the lady in question drew support from her ilk with many celebs showing their support for the former porn star on social media. One of the questions asked to Sunny was whether she would want to work with Aamir Khan and, more importantly, if the actor would be interested in working with her. Post that interview, Aamir had come out in support of Sunny Leone.

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While social media was abuzz on the said topic, academics in Britain flayed its patriarchal and moralistic overtones, saying it highlighted “India’s sexual hypocrisy”.