Sunny Leone had a very struggling teenage. Hate mails and criticism were a part of Sunny’s life before she made an entry to Bollywood. Read here to know what Sunny Leone has to say about her biopic and transition.
What Sunny Leone has to say about the certain wrong decisions of her life.
Talking about her upcoming biopic, Sunny Leone asserts that her life did go in a different direction (Adult Porn) which her parents didn’t want her to obviously. But she firmly believes that whatever happens, happens for a reason. And that’s the reason why she has no regrets or complaints.
Sunny Leone before she entered Bollywood was in a phase of tremendous criticism and numerous hate mails. According to her those hate mails came to her not because she was in India but more importantly because the mindset of the society is such. The life of Sunny Leone has been full of struggle and the same will be revealed in her upcoming biopic “Karenjit Kaur – The untold story of Sunny Leone.” The show will be streamed on Zee5.
Background of Sunny Leone.
The real name of Sunny Leone as we popularly know her is Karenjit Kaur. She was born in a middle class Sikh Family in Canada. The show will show precisely how the little girl became an adult film actress and her onwards journey to Bollywood. Sunny Leone says that like every other family even her family had small and big problems but her dad always tried to protect her and her brother from the negativity as far as possible. But then at the age of 21 she fell vulnerable to adult porn and there was a huge opposition from people who said nasty things about her breaking her to the core.
Sunny Leone’s ticket to Bollywood.
The doors of Bollywood opened for Sunny Leone with the famous reality show ‘Bigg Boss’. After that she made her debut in Bollywood with Jism 2. After that Sunny has appeared in many films including “Ragini MMS 2”, “Mastizaade”, “Ek Paheli Leela”, “One Night Stand” and “Tera Intezaar”.
Sunny’s life as a young mother of 3.
Sunny Leone and husband Daniel Weber became proud parents of 3 children in an year. Sunny and Daniel adopted Nisha from Latur city in Maharashtra while their twins were born through surrogacy. As a mother Sunny dreams her children following their dreams but at the same time wishes them to be compassionate enough to not to hurt anyone physically and emotionally. She prays that her children don’t have to go through all the hatred that she herself has to face.