Sunny Leone’s life needs no introduction. Right when she leaped into Bollywood in 2012, she has not only been a controversial figure, but been a centre of discussion too. Yes, Sunny Leone is still remembered for her B-town career with films “Jism 2” and the controversial Ragini MMMS 2. But, the 37-year-old is admired for her boldness and her equally interesting past – as an adult film star.
A new web TV series on Sunny Leone’s life is directed by Aditya Datt. Starring Raj Arjun, Rysa Saujani, Karamvir Lamba, Bijay Jasjit Anand, Grusha Kapoor, Vansh Pradhan and Marc Buckner, this sensational biopic is all about Sunny’s journey.
Sunny Leone’s life as Karenjit Kaur Vohra is told for the first time. She was born in Tibet and raised in New Delhi. Sunny had a tomboyish nature right from the beginning, defying all odds.
She kissed the world of modelling at the age of 19, and soon modelled as a “pet” for the adult magazine “Penthouse”.
As she entered into Bollywood, she entered into more controversies because of her past as an adult movie star. The actress then appeared in Indian reality show Bigg Boss in 2011.
Why did I move from Canada?
Why did I pick “#Sunny” as my name?
What was my life like?
— Sunny Leone (@SunnyLeone) March 6, 2018
Now the “Jism 2″ actress will appear as herself in her upcoming biopic, Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story. The Bollywood diva Sunny Leone‘s life will show her journey from scratch.
As TY had earlier reported, her husband Daniel Weber won’t be playing himself and quoted this reason:
“I gave it a thought initially. But I felt it would be better if I could use my time more efficiently working on a day-to-day basis with our companies. It wouldn’t be a great idea to commit 60-90 days of shooting, when I have so many other things to handle.”
Daniel is replaced by South African actor Marc Buckner, whos’ equally dashing!
Another important character in her life is her brother Sundeep Vohra, and Sunny shared this image with her reel brother instead:
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With the reel life brother! An amazing and spectacularly talented cast has come together for the show, and I know they have done a fabulous job in sharing my story with the world. Bringing #KarenjitKaur to you sooner than you think 😉 Stay tuned! #ZEE5Originals #KarenjitOnZEE5 @zee5 @namahpictures @freshlimefilms
The Bollywood diva’s interesting life has everyone gripped after she unveiled its teaser on Twitter:
My life will soon be an open book!
My journey from #KarenjitKaur to @sunnyleone premieres on 16th July 2018 only on @ZEE5India – https://t.co/LiOTTxjreZ #ZEE5Originals #KarenjitKaurOnZEE5 @namahpictures @freshlimefilms pic.twitter.com/lzk6ixJMm0
— Sunny Leone (@SunnyLeone) July 1, 2018
However, people still can’t stop judging her and feel it’s too soon to make a biopic on her. After all, her past profession still haunts her. Let’s have a look at some of the comments:
OMG 😂but why ? It’s so early na still she has long way to live
— Sirisha Reddy (@SIRI_love_SG) 6 July 2018
Why Her Biopic?? There is so many living legends than her 😣
— Buddhika Chamini (@buddhikac97) 6 July 2018
Who did the pron sense in @SunnyLeone 's new biopic film
— Ken Taba (@taba_ken) July 9, 2018
Sunny Leone ki biopic will be a whitewash!! Far from reality!!!! pic.twitter.com/QzaTJg1CKr
— Vishii (@Indianlyf) 8 July 2018
#Bollywood is full blown moral brothel with biopic of criminals #sanju , shagging women & now #sunnyleone biopic.Moral end justifies means.A girl shamed for appearance ,does odd jobs has only way out in world to supremacy by baring assets & ####job instead if odd jobs.
— SS (@ME_CALLING_SELF) 8 July 2018
Watch the powerful trailer of Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone and watch it till the end!