Sunny Leone, who has selected between 100 best women of BBC, is still feeling uncomfortable in ‘star’ tag. She passed near half a decade in the Indian film industry. She made her debut in 2011 from the movie Jism 2.
Sunny Leone expressed her views that ‘I didn’t recognise the feelings to be a star; I have not seen myself as one of them. As I worked hard in my whole career; and I haven’t see the success. I have not felt the same thing about my career as people see me. I feel it uncomfortable.’
Sunny Leone Marked on 100 Best Women of BBC
She further added ‘I am not eager to see myself as someone as a prosperous and fortunate owing to his or her work. I just see the people as a whole and nothing less or more than that one.’ Whether Sunny Leone’s movies don’t become famous on box office or we can say her, movies failed to work on Box Office. But she is the most searched personality on social media in India within past few years. She did her three projects in the present year named Beiimaan Love, Mastizaade, and One Night Stand.
Sunny Leone elaborated that sometimes filmmakers promise her to be a fruitful project, but it results in failure. ‘There are such situations which make me completely disappointed. Some people come to me to sell the moon and the stars but what they were done is horrifying. That’s why a long time has been taken to me to adjust in.’
‘In these critical situations, my husband helps me to go through. I might be upset on the situations like movie’s failure or didn’t work as well as I want. But there are also so many beautiful things in the world that I have to focus on.’ Sunny Leone said.
Talking about her selection between 100 most famous women on BBC she also speaks few words. Sunny said that ‘She was much surprised as it was totally unexpected for her. It’s an honour to her to be on this list. She is jubilant for this.’