Sunny Leone and four Indian women have made it to BBC's list
"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
"Sarbjit was a hyped film but my performance in Laal Rang was equally appreciated; it was one of my favourite films. So all this is going to accumulate into my filmography which will be seen by people. I hope I get better films," said Randeep Hooda
"When I was doing this interview for the magazine, they asked, what do you want your name to be? And I said 'how about Sunny and you guys pick the last name?' And it wasn't something that I really thought about. Sunny just happens to be my brother's nick name. His name is Sandeep," said Sunny Leone
Sunny Leone may be all of two films old in Bollywood but she's a three-in-a-row blockbuster at the internet box office
She will wear his latest collection - The Royal Tribe - and don the avatar of a tribal queen for it.
Indo-Canadian adult film star Sunny Leone is happy for getting noticed but is not sure if she has made her mark in Bollywood.
Actress Sunny Leone, who is riding high on the success of her latest Bollywood project Ragini MMS 2, says she doesn't look back with regret at her past as an adult film star.
Actress Sunny Leone has been working hard to carve a niche for herself in the Hindi film industry and she was over the moon when she received a compliment for her performance in Ragini MMS from the movie's producer, Ekta Kapoor.
Sunny Leone has confessed to having a sweet tooth and admits that she puts in extra sugar in her tea.
Sunny Leone said it was a dream come true for her to meet Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan at the special screening of Kaizad Gustad's Jackpot in Mumbai.
Jism 2 star Sunny Leone is back with her second film Jackpot which releases today. Based in Goa, the plot revolves around a card game played by con artists.