Sunny Leone Completes Nine Years In Bollywood, Says She Wants To Stay Here

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Sunny Leone Bollywood: Sunny Leone believes she can “follow” her dreams here in India as the Jism 2 actor celebrates nine years in Bollywood. She said it is just “so amazing” that she wants to stay here.

The mother of three children Nisha, Noah and Asher, Leone made her first appearance with Bigg Boss season 5 in 2012. Eventually, she was launched in Bollywood and debuted with Jism 2 the same year. “I think it has been absolutely amazing. I do feel that I can follow my dreams and be in a place that is just so amazing. It is one of India’s most amazing places,” Sunny told IANS describing her stint in Bollywood.

Adding more about her future plans in the industry, Leone said that she looking forward to many good experiences, “I have really put in a lot of time on myself being here, and I want to stay here. Looking forward to many many more good experiences”. The actor is currently busy hosting the reality show, MTV Splitsvilla.

She recently took to social media and shared a picture of herself returning home from shooting. She revealed that her crew was forced to go back home amid the COVID-19 cases surge.

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The Laila O Laila star was born to Indian immigrant parents in Canada and was given the name Karenjit Kaur Vohra. The actor with her husband Daniel Weber adopted Nisha Kaur Weber, and twin sons Noah and Asher Weber, who were born via surrogacy. Leone has shown support for acid attack survivors in the past is often seen involved in charity works.

In her interview with SheThePeople, Leone talked about being a feminist and how she is to be able to do things her own way. She said she believes in undertaking anything that’s “correct” and morally right for her. The actor credited her upbringing in a “non-gender bias home” for such beliefs, and also asserted that women gain confidence when they come from a home wherein people are treated equally.