Sunny Leone and Arbaaz Khan starrer Tera Intezaar, which releases on December 1 got into trouble for using the word 'Barbie' in a song featuring the actress without the permission of the popular toy company 'Mattel'. Sunny and the producer of Tera Intezaar were asked to comment on this at a press conference held in Mumbai on Tuesday. Watch the video to find out what they had to say.
At a promotional event of the upcoming film Tera Intezaar, which stars Arbaaz Khan and Sunny Leone, Arbaaz lost his cool with a journalist who asked him about his next project with his superstar brother Salman Khan. The actor was irritated with the question; he said he had answered this question many times in the past.
Arbaaz Khan is smitten by his Tera Intezaar co-star Sunny Leone. At an event to launch the film's trailer, Arbaaz said that he signed the film 'to spend time with Sunny Leone' and while talking about Bigg Boss (which is hosted by Arbaaz's brother Salman Khan), he also said that he watched 'all episodes of the show when Sunny was there' - that's season 5. Arbaaz said: "One of the reasons I did the film, was to spend some time with Sunny. She is wonderful and we had a great time shooting abroad," reports news agency.
On Sunday, actor Sunny Leone shot for an ad in Mumbai. In the video, she can be seen in an Indian outfit inside a bungalow along with some dancers. After the shoot, she spoke to the media and shared her experience of shooting the TV commercial.
On Wednesday evening, Sunny Leone attended the music and trailer launch of Marathi film Boyz. She will be seen in an item number in the film directed by Vishal Devrukhkar, music is by Avadhoot Gupte. She said, the first time she wore a Maharashtrian outfit was during the shooting of this song.
Sunny Leone looked stunning wearing a strapless black gown with a big bow on the right shoulder at the Vogue Beauty Awards Red Carpet. When asked about being a new parent to an adopted child from India, she said she is happy that the baby girl chose Danny (her husband) and her as her parents. The couple adopted a girl from Latur, Maharashtra last month, they named her Nisha Kaur Weber.
Days ahead of World Environment Day (5 June), Sunny Leone unveiled the poster of PETA's (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals) new campaign. In the poster, she is seen bare bodied, resting on a bed of red chilies. The caption is, 'Spice up your life'. At the event held in Mumbai she spoke about the benefits of being a vegetarian.
Salman Khan has topped the list of most Googled Indian celebrities in the last decade. The second spot has been taken by Shah Rukh Khan while Akshay Kumar takes the third place.
Actress Sunny Leone is all set to write short stories for a publication house. The Mastizaade actress with pen 12-13 stories of approximately 2000 words on the topics provided by her publisher.
Aamir Khan reportedly invited Sunny Leone and her husband to a lavish meal when he realised that they were in Delhi for a promotional event, where he has been shooting Dangal. Aamir also asked Sunny to spend a day with him on the sets of the film.
Actor Aamir Khan joined the online army that is standing up to support Sunny Leone. The actor on posted on Twitter and Facebook, "I think Sunny conducted herself with a lot of grace and dignity. I will be happy to work with you."
"I was fine as the most searched person. But I think the people are curious," says adult film star-turned-Bollywood actor Sunny Leone in this very candid Walk The Talk interview. She speaks about her childhood days where she played street hockey, played with GI Joes rather than Barbies and made fort rather than castles. Sunny says that she was never molested or tortured which made her do adult movies. She talks about how Karanjeet Kaur Bora became Sunny Leone as she went to give an interview for a magazine. "I think when you pull yourself in front of the camera, you're judged every day. No matter what..." says Sunny as she exclaims that it is a judgmental society. She however says that from a time where she was considered a 'taboo' in the film industry things are changing and people have started accepting her as she is. (Read transcript here)