Though Sunny Leone’s 2015 appearances like Mastizaade and One Night Stand have not set the box office on fire, the actress continues to remain busy in Bollywood. “I am starting a new movie in August with Arbaaz Khan, Tera Intezaar,” Sunny revealed at the calendar launch for Manforce condoms, a brand she endorses.
Besides this Rajeev Walia-directed film, the actress’ plate is filled with TV show Splitsvilla’ besides films such as Beimaan Love, Tina And Lolo and an item number in the Shah Rukh Khan starrer Raees. Sunny smiled, “I am very happy I have a kitty full of movies. Main jitna kaam kar rahi hoon … it will be amazing if I can continue that.”
When it was pointed out that her Hindi seemed to have improved considerably, Sunny let off a peal of delighted laughter. “Main bahut koshish karti hoon. Abhi meri roz aise Hindi practise ho rahi hai,” she asserted.
Sunny is unabashed about being the rare B-town actor to endorse condoms. She says, “I believe in safe sex.” Sex education was taught in the Canada-born actress’ school. She reveals, “In grade 8 to grade 12, it was mandatory in high school to learn about certain things — what will happen if you have unprotected sex or if you have an unwanted pregnancy.”
“It happens in America also, not just in India. It’s fine if they want to hide and buy. I think the key element here is to buy them, whether in a black plastic bag or openly is a personal preference.”