Jism 2 girl Sunny Leone who made a smashing entry in Bollywood takes her husband's approval before signing a script. The pornstar-turned-actress admits she doesn't sign any contract till Daniel Weber gives a go ahead, reports a daily.
"No script offered to me is approved without Daniel's permission. I do not sign any contract without making him read it," Sunny told a daily.
Sunny's hubby who heads their joint production company and is also the actress' business manager says that work keeps them together.
"In an Indian society, it is taboo to be in such a profession (adult films) but we love each other. I don't have to deal with the tag of being a porn star or my wife being one. I own the production company and we share the best relationship. We are friends, business partners and together 24x7," Daniel was quoted by the daily.
Sunny admits that even Jism 2 script was approved by Daniel. "I did not understand the script when I read it first though it was specifically written in English for me to understand. Daniel read it before to confirm it," Sunny told the daily.
'Sex only with hubby'
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.
On 'conservative' India
"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!"
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ON NEXT PROJECT
After Jism 2, it's Ragini MMS 2 for Indo-Canadian porn star Sunny Leone and she reveals that the shooting of the horror-thriller sequel will start in a few months.
"I love India. I am so happy I am here, I'll be staying here for a while. I have a lot of different projects coming up. Ragini MMS 2 is something we are going to start shooting by the end of this year," the 31-year-old said here Sunday at the announcement of her association with music company Saregama which will give its customers access to her content.
Taking about the preparations for Ragini MMS 2 and other projects, she said: "I'll be doing workshops here in India, I'll be doing them before Ragini MMS 2. I'll be taking dance classes, Hindi lessons, watching Hindi movies... It's like going back to school for me."
Ragini MMS 2 is a sequel to Ekta Kapoor's 2011-film Ragini MMS which starred Kainaz Motivala and Raj Kumar Yadav.
Meanwhile, Sunny does not feel any heat from established Bollywood actresses.
"I don't like the word. Competition is something, unless it's in sports, it's kind of like a negative word, at least in my book. These women (actresses) work so hard. I know what goes into making a movie now," Sunny said.
"I know all these different appearances and other things that we do, it's a business and on top of that you have a lot of fun. But competition, everyone is in their own league and in their own space," she added.
(With additional inputs)