Sunny Leone all set for her debut in the Tamil film. Says Tamil film would help her grow as an actor and person.
About Sunny Leone.
Sunny Leone is a former adult film actress. She made a swift move from Adult films to Bollywood in 2012. And now the actress is all set to make her debut in Tamil films. Sunny Leone whose real name is Karenjit Kaur Vohra says Tamil films would help her grow as a person and actress and would be launched in the Tamil Industry with her upcoming movie Veeramdevi. She says she loves knowing and learning new culture and language and it would be a great journey she looks forward to.
Sunny Leone’s journey and role in the Tamil film.
When asked about the language barrier to Sunny Leone she said:
“It will be challenging, but I am not worried about learning it for this film. I am actually very excited about this whole process,”
Sunny plays a warrior princess in her upcoming Tamil Film. When asked about her role she said:
“That is something that I have always wanted to do. The amount of effort that has gone into this character is amazing and I’m beyond excited to start shooting. I will be taking riding lessons… in Los Angeles and in India. And, of course, I will be attending workshops to learn Tamil,”
On the contrary she doesn’t want to limit herself to Bollywood and Tamil Films. She is interested and willing to work in other regional films too. She is ready to do a film in any language provided the role interests her.
Sunny Leone’s journey so far.
Before her film debut Sunny won hearts on the reality show Bigg Boss 5. She later did films like Jism 2, Mastizaade, Ek Paheli Leela, Tera Intezaar and Kuch Kuch Locha Hai. Sunny who is 36 now entered Parenthood by adopting a girl called Nisha from Latur. When asked how she manages parenthood with such a busy schedule she stresses support from her husband Daniel has made things easy and work for both of them. She adds:
“We are more in love with each other and are completely in love with Nisha. She is the light of our life and makes us better people and parents every day.”