Sunny Leone’s past has no bearing on how she will be as a mother: Ram Kapoor
Actor Ram Kapoor, who has worked with Sunny Leone in the film Kuch Kuch Locha Hai, feels it’s ridiculous to judge or troll her for adopting a baby girl.bollywood Updated: Jul 27, 2017 08:06 IST
Ever since actor Sunny Leone and husband, businessman Daniel Weber, adopted a baby girl, Nisha Kaur Weber, people from the film fraternity have been congratulating the couple. However, nasty tongues have been at work too. Not sparing a good deed, trolls are pointing fingers at Sunny’s past and saying that having an adult film star for a mother will affect the child’s future.
Reacting to these shameless trolls, actor Ram Kapoor, who has worked with Sunny in the film Kuch Kuch Locha Hai (2015), says it’s completely wrong for people to say things against her based on her past career choices.
“I find this absolutely ridiculous. People need to realise that she has not broken any laws. Whatever her past is and whatever her choices have been, she has done that in a country where it’s allowed and legal, and not in this country where it’s illegal. She has made her choice as an adult and she lives by them. She is not one of those women who regrets any of her decisions or past. She is very level-headed,” says Ram.
While some trolls said that Indian authorities should not have allowed Sunny to adopt a girl, others are worried what the child will go through when she’ll Google her parents once she grows up. Stating that Sunny and Daniel are sensible people, Ram adds, “I’ve spent a lot of time with them and they obviously would have thought about this for a long time before they decided to go ahead with adoption. [Also] On how she will raise her child or what will the child go through when she finds out about her parents’ past, is something that is private to them and their family.”
Ram lashes out at those who say that Sunny won’t be a good mother. “ The [career] choices you have made in life have no bearing on what kind of a parent you are going to be. What if you were some banker or were an employee in an office, but you were a shitty parent?”
Ram feels that it is high time people stop trolling celebrities on their personal life and should respect their choices. “You can discuss, talk about their work, fashion sense and whatever they do in their professional life. India needs to grow up. When the person has not broken any law and hasn’t upset any system in any way, and has technically made all her choices by herself and with her own mind, and not under pressure or stress from someone else, then what business does anyone else have to judge him or her?” asks the actor.
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