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Sunny Leone Has All the Talent to Become Mainstream Heroine, Says Director

"Why not Sunny Leone? I think she has all the talent to become a mainstream heroine. She has the Indian look. I watched her films like Jism 2 and Ragini MMS. I was so convinced that she definitely deserves much better than what she is doing," Rajeev Chaudhury said at the music launch of the film when asked why he chose the Jism 2 actress for the film

  | September 16, 2016 00:07 IST (Mumbai)
Sunny Leone

Sunny Leone photographed in Mumbai

Highlights

  • Sunny will next be seen in Rajeev Chaudhari's Beiman Love
  • She has acted as good as Priyanka or Deepika, says Rajeev
  • The film stars Rajniesh Duggall and Sunny's husband Daniel Weber
Beiiman Love director Rajeev Chaudhury thinks actress Sunny Leone has enough talent to be a mainstream heroine.

"Why not Sunny Leone? I think she has all the talent to become a mainstream heroine. She has the Indian look. I watched her films like Jism 2 and Ragini MMS. I was so convinced that she definitely deserves much better than what she is doing," he said at the music launch of the film when asked why he chose the Jism 2 actress for the film. "I prepared the script for Sunny. Sunny liked the script and we tried to give the film a different look. Sunny is different in this film. She is not the same Sunny what you have been seeing till now. She performed very well in all her films and in this film too. But in this film, she has done something out of the box. She has done a substantial job which is going to become a new track for her. That's what I feel," he added. "This is Sunny's best performance till date. She has acted tremendously as good as Priyanka Chopra or Deepika Padukone. She has done justice to the role. She is fantastic. You'll watch her soon," the director said. The erotic thriller is directed and produced by Rajeev Chaudhari. It stars Sunny Leone and Rajniesh Duggall and will mark the acting debut of Sunny's husband Daniel Weber. The film is slated to release on September 30, along with "M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story"
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