MUMBAI — Sunny Leone — who after making her debut with “Jism 2” four years ago, went on to become a sought-after actress — has always been under scrutiny for her past identity as an adult star. We now hear that Leone will soon be featured in a biopic on herself, being directed by Abhishek Sharma of “Tere Bin Laden” fame.
While this will not be the first film based on Leone’s life — the first being Canadian photojournalist Dilip Mehta's documentary “Mostly Sunny Partly Cloudy” that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2016, Sharma’s film will be a more mainstream feature.
Though the details are being kept under wraps, we hear that the story will also feature Leone’s husband, Daniel Weber, especially considering the story will talk about their love story, in addition to her career in the glamour business.
Leone, after a short spurt of cinematic success, is now under a box-office cloud — her last films, “Kuch Kuch Locha Hai,” “Mastizaade” (in a dual role) and “One Night Stand,” have both been box-office calamities.