The web-series titled Karenjit Kaur – The Untold Story of Sunny Leone is on the floor, but it seems revisiting the past has led to a mild meltdown for Bollywood star. Recently, Sunny took to Instagram and penned a rather emotional note for her fans.

Leone’s biopic is based on the transformation that the actress has been through, from being Karenjit Kaur Vohra to Sunny Leone. It will highlight her journey of changing identities from that of an erotic entertainer to a Bollywood actress.

GUILTY!!! Of doing it my way!

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“My heart broke a thousand times tonight…probably cried a thousand tears tonight wanting, longing, missing, regretting, and wishing I could have you close to me once more,” she wrote.

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We absolutely adore Sunny, for being unapologetically honest about her identity. Even though in India, the idea of an adult star making it big Bollywood was a far cry, she has never been ashamed of her career choices.

In an earlier interview, Sunny had told IANS about being “broken from within emotionally”. “Many people have the misconception that people started criticising me when I decided to come to India, but that is not true. I started getting hate mails and criticism when I was around 21 years old. So it has nothing to do with the country, but society in general. That was the first time I faced real hatred,” she said.

Born to Indian immigrant parents in Canada, Sunny Leone’s original name was Karenjit Kaur Vohra. Leone made her Bollywood debut in 2012. She and her husband Daniel Weber adopted Nisha Kaur Weber, 2, last year and twin sons Noah and Asher Weber, were born via surrogacy to them earlier this year.

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