'I want people to take me seriously': Sunny Leone

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`I want people to take me seriously`: Sunny Leone
Friday, December 28, 2012 12:39 IST
By: Faisal Saif, Santa Banta News Network

The Canadian porn star Sunny Leone urges her fans in India to take her acting skills seriously. She also promises to learn and work hard as long as she get's the right kind of Role. Sunny Leone debuted with Pooja Bhatt's 'Jism 2' which was a dud at the Box Office.

Speaking in a convincing manner, Sunny said "I am not a veteran actress. I am just one film old. But I am ready to learn, I am a good learner. I want people to take me seriously. I want to be offered good roles in film so that I get the opportunity to prove myself.

I am a no drama person and I want to work with people who are like that." The actress has recently signed Ekta Kapoor's 'Ragini MMS 2' which is the sequel and for which she has already started shooting. More recently, She and her husband has also purchased an apartment in Mumbai.

As far as the image of the actress goes, Sunny further added "I am aware that I have a particular image here. There is a perception about me. But I don't really worry about it. I am very confident about myself. I don't want to change anyone's mindset. I don't care what they think about me.


But I am hopeful that it will change with time." One one hand, The actress request her fans to takr her seriously, And on the other hand she doesn't mind about her 'Set' Image?

Can anyone please try and explain us, What exactly 'Sunny Leone' wants?

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