There is always a buzz around Sunny Leone. Whether it’s the condom advertisement she endorses, her bollywood item numbers, her latest strip tease in ‘Mastizaade’, or her latest dance number with Dharam Paaji, people simply can’t seem to have enough of the former porn super star from the West.
Brave and motivated to face every challenge that comes her way, she has proved she is not just about sex appeal, but has evolved into a decent actor. Sunny Leone starred in adult films before appearing on reality show, Big Boss, and making her Bollywood debut with the movie Jism 2, in 2012.
Currently, Sunny is shooting for a dance number for her husband’s film, ‘Dangerous Husn’, and happens to be working with the veteran actor for an as-yet-untitled film. Sunny Leone has posted a picture of herself and Dharmendra on her official Instagram account, alongside a caption, “Bollywood Bucket list item- working with a legend this week 🙂 Dharmendra Deol Sir! Feeling blessed!!”
It would be amazing to see both of them on screen together, dancing on some Indian beat. Although Dharmendra is not a very good dancer and when he tries, its hilarious. But he more than makes up for it with his lively spirit that rubs on to the others around.
Sunny is making waves internationally as well. The buzz is that she might soon work with a French director, and talks are going on. She recently visited Cannes, France, to seal the deal..
Sunny’s adult-comedy film ‘Mastizaade’ ran into a lot of trouble due to censor cuts for its spicy and sizzling content, but after a long battle with the censor board, the movie is all set to release in India and the USA on 4th December, 2015.
Sunny is playing a double role for the first time in the movie, an added feather to her cap. Sunny will also do a striptease scene in this film, which is said to be a work of art, so much so that she has been compared to Hollywood actresses Jennifer Aniston and Demi Moore for that.
Sunny is bold and beautiful, and the best part is our acceptance of Leone. We like her the way she is. We don’t care about the past.