Feel blessed to be a part of B-town: Sunny Leone
Mumbai: Indo-Canadian adult film star Sunny Leone, who landed in film, item songs and endorsements here after hit TV reality show 'Bigg Boss', says that she feels blessed as everyone is accepting her.
After her entry in the reality show, Sunny began her career in the Bollywood (Hindi film industry) with Pooja Bhatt's 'Jism 2'. She will be next seen in Ekta Kapoor's home production 'Ragini MMS 2'.
Besides she has done an item song "Laila" and has a small role in 'Shootout at Wadala'.
"This is a dream come true to be working in this industry. The journey till now has been amazing and hopes it stays that way. I am the new kid on the block. The kinds of offers that are coming my way are good and I feel blessed," Sunny told reporters here at the launch of energy drink 'XXX'.
"I am happy people are accepting me and want to see more of me. I am happy to be appealing to teenagers, old people. I feel very happy and fortunate that everyone around is showing so much love. It makes me to continue to entertain here," she said.
Sunny is also happy that her first item song "Laila" has garnered good response.
"They wanted me to be part of the song is great and when everyone seeing and liking it makes me feel awesome and it is all because of the fans," she said.
In the same movie, actress Priyanka Chopra has also done an item song "Babli Badmaash".
"I feel honoured to be in a film with Priyanka Chopra. I am not on same level as hers... She is been in the industry for long time. It feels great to be part of the film where she is also there," Sunny said.
Businessman-actor Sachin Joshi, the man behind Vikiing Ventures, roped in Sunny to endorse his energy drink.
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