Sunny Leone has been the talk of B-Town ever since she made her Bollywood debut with ‘Jism 2’. However, there are certain things which the actress wants to keep secret!
Dilip Mehta’s documentary ‘Mostly Sunny,’ which is allegedly based on the pornstar-turned-actress’ earlier life is being screened at the JIO MAMI Mumbai Film Festival. However, the film is set to release on a bigger stage. According to Dilip Mehta, “The movie’s rights have been bought by Netflix and iTunes worldwide. These platforms are hugely successful in the West and have also started becoming popular in India.” The filmmaker is also eagerly waiting to see the reaction of Indian audiences and shared his excitement, saying, “Mostly Sunny opened up to thunderous applause at the Toronto International Film Festival. I am hoping the response will be even bigger here considering India is the country which made Sunny Leone who she is today.”
While the filmmaker wants his film to release in India, Sunny Leone seems not too fond of the idea. The actress has not only dissociated herself from the project but also released a statement saying, “I hope it (Mostly Sunny) doesn’t come to India. Because that’s not my story. It is somebody else’s opinion, somebody else’s vision. No one has a right to tell your life story except for you.”
Considering the actress has always been pretty open about her past, we wonder what went wrong that she is dead against this film being released in India!