Happy to make a mark in Bollywood: Sunny Leone

Happy to make a mark in Bollywood: Sunny Leone

Happy to make a mark in Bollywood: Sunny Leone

Indo-Canadian adult film star Sunny Leone is happy for getting noticed but is not sure if she has made her mark in Bollywood.

Before making her Bollywood debut in 'Jism 2', Sunny had participated in the fifth season of the reality show 'Bigg Boss'.

Sunny also did a special song in 'Shootout at Wadala' and was seen next in 'Jackpot' and 'Ragini MMS 2'.

"I think I have been noticed and I am happy about it. I am happy where I have reached today. I don't know if I have made a mark for myself here.

I want to do good work, have fun and entertain people," Sunny told PTI in an exclusive interview here.

"I have done only three films. I still have to work hard. I want more and more people to watch and enjoy my films. It is a steady process. I think one should work hard and prove oneself in dancing, acting and bringing in ticket sales (box office)," she said.

Sunny is happy with the audience response to 'Ragini MMS 2'."I wasn't expecting the film to do this well. I thank my fans for watching the film. I wonder how can one film change things," she added.

Post the success of 'Ragini MMS 2', Sunny has been getting a lot of offers but she is in no hurry to do any film.

"Offers are coming in. I think people have realised I am not here just for five minutes (on screen), I love this world. I will continue to work hard and do amazing work. I am sure acceptance will come," Sunny said.

Responding to a query that she was looking for an image-makeover, Sunny said that she did not set any rules for herself.

"That is not true, I don't know where this came from. I don't set any rules, limits for myself," the actress said.

Sunny revealed that she will be seen in desi avatar in one of her upcoming films."I don't know when the film will release. I can't talk about it as I am bound by contract," she added.

She will also host the seventh season of dating reality show, 'Spiltsvilla', based on original American version 'Flavour of Love'. The show will be aired on MTV India.

"When I was doing promotion for 'Ragini MMS 2', I did few episodes of MTV's show 'Haunted Nights with Sunny'. It was a nice experience.

They (MTV) approached me for Spiltsvilla and I liked the concept and accepted the show. I wanted to host a show and I am glad this offer came to me. I am extremely excited about it as it is a way for me to connect with my fans. The show has romance, drama, masti, emotions etc," Sunny said.

Splitsvilla revolves around young boys and girls trying to secure a place in a 'Villa'. It is a 'hunt for love' show where they compete in tasks to stay in the competition and mingle with contestants to find love.

In the end, a boy and a girl are crowned the winners of Splitsvilla (they are a couple.)"I think it is obvious for the young generation to date. Dating is more westernised today. It is about getting to know other person. It is a nice concept," she said.

When asked to draw a comparison between hosting a show and acting, the actress said, "Both are different from each other. For acting you have your lines and you give your shot. It is all in a controlled environment. Hosting is uncensored, uncontrolled."