Documentary on Sunny Leone titled as 'Mostly Sunny' makes some surprising revelations about her!
Documentary on Sunny Leone titled as 'Mostly Sunny' makes some surprising revelations about her!

Dilip Mehta has made a documentary on the life of Sunny Leone titled as ‘Mostly Sunny’and it makes some surprising revelations about her!

Deepa Mehta’s brother Dilip Mehta’s documentary on Sunny Leone is being screened at Toronto International Film Festival. The documentary ‘Mostly Sunny’ presents us a candid look at the life of the actress including her ups and downs.

The documentary was made after getting permission from Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber. The documentary shows how the most Googled celebrity in India is “ostracised” by her hometown Sarnia’s Indo-Canadian community. Sunny even showed the team the familiar landmarks of her hometown but she did not interact with anybody. This refusal is mainly due to Sunny’s choice of career. But shehas always been unapologetic about her past saying she has no regrets whatsoever.

Born as Karenjit Kaur Vohra and known as Sunny Leone, she was named Penthouse Pet of the Year in 2003. She made a name at the adult entertainment industry before she made her appearance in the fifth season of Bigg Boss and that stint proved to be game to fame. Since then, she has appeared ina number of movies and is the host of MTV Splitsvilla.

In an interview to Hindustan Times, Dilip said “I sent a team to the gurdwara she worshipped at when young but its management called the police. Even friends and relatives of her parents refused to discuss her.” Dilip Mehta also talked about how Sunny Leone gave permission for the project and said that she is fine with the documentary not being a fluff piece. The documentary also talks about how Sunny Leone was sent to a Khalsa camp as a child.

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