She entered Bollywood with last year’s erotic surprise – 'Jism 2' and stunned the audiences with the Pooja Bhatt film.
Canada-based adult movie star Sunny Leone has been roped in for her first action movie 'Tina And Lolo'. Ready to go on the floors in May, the movie will have rustic action with no trace of Charlie's Angels, clarifies the film's director.
Sunny really liked the script, and once she is done with her prior commitments, she will be on board. It's a complete rustic action film and the rest of the star cast shall be decided soon.
The crew hope to start rolling from May 2013 and Sunny will have to do some training before starting the film.
After watching Sunny in erotic thriller Jism 2, Dholakia was keen to work with her but in a movie that portrays the actress in a different light.
Right now Sunny Leone is ready for her second offering at the box office - 'Ragini MMS 2'.
This Ekta Kapoor film could well have Sunny in an Indian avatar. We guess she is really working hard on her Hindi to begin with.
It is evident from the efforts she is taking to speak in Hindi.
Sunny, who is the brand ambassador for Peta was speaking at a poster launch and spoke in her chaste Hindi, “I want all of you to cuddle and love the dogs and cats.”
Sunny had made an appeal in Hindi to protect the pets and we could make out that it was a reflection of the tough Hindi lessons she may be taking daily to try and be a better Bollywood actress.
Sunny is also a trifle excited about her film with Ekta Kapoor as she said, “You guys will really get scared, and jumped from the seats.”
There were rumours that inspired by Sunny Leone’s glamour quotient Sanjay Gupta had cast her in a song and dance in 'Shoot Out At Wadala'.
But the actress refuses. “No. Right now I am focusing on 'Ragini MMS 2' and the Peta Ad,” she says.
Sunny seems to be in no hurry for sure. She wants to take her time as she sets her sight on the big game in Bollywood.
'Ragini MMS 2' may well be a horror film, but then Sunny’s career could be on an upsurge once the film releases.
Well, there is only one clause here - the horror should be only in the film and not in her performance.