Today in New Delhi, India
Dec 13, 2018-Thursday
New Delhi
  • Humidity
  • Wind

Sunny Leone, hubby Daniel land safely after their plane ‘almost crashed’. Watch video

Bollywood actor Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Webber were travelling to Latur in a private plane when they hit a storm and faced major turbulence. The plane safely landed, averting a possible crash.

bollywood Updated: Jun 03, 2017 13:15 IST
HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times
Sunny Leone,Daniel Webber,Sunny Leone plane crash
Sunny Leone was recently seen at a PETA event in Mumbai.

Bollywood actor Sunny Leone was travelling in a private aircraft on May 31 with husband Daniel Weber to Latur when the plane almost crashed due to bad weather. While she took to social media to assure fans she is fine, she also recounted the incident at an event in Mumbai on Friday.

Sunny Leone and Daniel land safely.

Soon after she landed safely, Sunny posted videos on her Twitter page and wrote, “Thank the lord we are all alive! Our private plane almost crashed through bad weather. Counting our stars and driving home! Thank you God!Footage from the plane during the turbulence! Thanks to the brave pilots who ensured that the plane landed safely!!”

She also sent out a series of tweets thanking her pilots.

“Firstly, the plane didn’t crash, that’s why I’m here. We were going to Latur for an event. Their runway does not accommodate a large private plane, it only accommodates small planes. So when we were coming back, we had to stop for refuel and while going in, we hit a stormy area, which was unpredictable. There was a lot of turbulence, it was very scary! I didn’t hear what the pilots were saying, I was zoned out, I was with Daniel, he has a fear of turbulence - I stay calm when crisis happens. We got through it, and that’s all you can hope,” NDTV quoted Sunny Leone as saying.

“I thought about it later and I was up till 6 am. I thought, who would take care of the house, who would look after my dogs. I think about these things at a later stage, I’m calm at that moment. Once we got off at Aurangabad we decided not to get onto that plane again, so we drove eight hours to get back to Mumbai. The pilots said this was the worst experience in their entire flying career,” she added.

Follow @htshowbiz for more

First Published: Jun 03, 2017 13:10 IST