In Talks with : Sunny Leone actress talk about her upcoming films, her husband, lessons learnt in Bollywood
Updated on: 28 Jun 2016
Guess who made the Chennai crowd go berserk with her moves on Saturday evening — none other than Sunny Leone! She got a glimpse of her hardcore fan base in the city, as they went crazy each time she came on stage and shook a leg, with singer Neha Kakkar. The Ek Paheli Leela actress danced to her hits like Pink Lips, Baby Doll and Kabhi Jo Baadal Barse. The adult star-turned-actress had no looking back after foraying into the filmdom with Mahesh Bhatt's Jism 2. She had made a brief appearance in Kollywood, too, with Vadacurry. Though all her movies like One Night Stand and Mastizaade were termed raunchy, it kept the cash registers ringing. The sensuous beauty talks to Chennai Times about her upcoming films, her husband, lessons learnt in Bollywood and her childhood days...
What is your perception of the Tamil film industry?
I loved working for the Tamil film — it was a completely different experience working here. I like south India. I stayed in Pondicherry for a month — the hospitality was really great and I loved some of the hotels there that served awesome south Indian dishes. I would like to do more movies in the South, but I must admit that I found Tamil very tough. Many people tried teaching me, but I know it was extremely funny when I try to speak it. I end up making everyone laugh.
You have expressed your interest in doing different roles, but do you think you are being typecast because of the similar roles you are offered?