Sunny Leone documentary to get Indian release?

Raj Baddhan

Senior Editor


Sunny Leone’s documentary became the talk of town last year when the actress allegedly became hesitant in allowing it to release. The filmmaker, Dilip Mehta, however, is still focused on making sure it releases worldwide including India.

Mehta told DNA, “Netflix and iTunes have already acquired it. I also want to dub it in Hindi and release it in India. My only fear is, what will the Indian Censor Board (CBFC) do with it?”

Mehta believes Leone is attempting to erase memories of her past following her success in Bollywood.

He went on to add, “This is the image she and her husband are working on creating in India. As if she was never a part of the porn industry. You can wipe out an entire segment of your life and pretend it ever happened. But Sunny Leone can’t get me to comply in her deceit. She can’t play footsie with me.”

The documentary, titled ‘Mostly Sunny’, had premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last year with Leone deciding not to attend.

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