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Sunny Leone isn’t comfortable to talk about her documentary


Sunny Leone was born in a strict Sikh family as Karenjit Kaur Vohra and grew up to become an adult film star. She has now diverted herself to the bollywood and is a reality TV star.

A documentary on Sunny Leone named “Mostly Sunny” is expected to release on Netflix. But she apparently refused to answer questions on her documentary. Also, she mentioned that she doesn’t want the documentary to release because it is not her life journey but someone’s opinion about her. She feels that the documentary does not do justice to her story.

According to sources, “There has been a tiff between Director Dilip Mehta and Sunny. She starred in the film and the makers claim that they had consent from her. However last year Sunny said that she doesn’t wish to see the film’s release in India. Now if it is available online, then it will be a bit of a problem for her. So when recently she was asked about it, she chose to dodge the question and left the venue soon after.”


In an interview, Sunny told, “I hope it doesn’t come to India because, that’s not the story that is mine. This is somebody else’s opinion, somebody else’s vision. No one has a right to tell your life story except for you.”

Also, it was reported that she has recently escaped from a plane crash. She was traveling in the interiors of Maharashtra and the plane had to have an emergency landing because of the harsh weather. She was with her husband Daniel Webber and others. The actress informed about the same on Twitter, “Thank the Lord we are all alive! Our private plane almost crashed through bad weather. Counting our stars and driving home! Thank you, God!”

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