Sunny Leone’s stint in the Indian film industry began in 2011 as a participant on the reality TV show “Bigg Boss”. Soon, she was balancing her career acting in films such as “Jism 2” and “Ragini MMS 2”
From hosting a youth show on television to venturing into new business to mothering three children to working in Bollywood films, Sunny Leone has been super busy over the past seven months. Each of her projects and relationships is special, she says, and so, driven by passion, she is ready for all the sleepless nights.
“I have no choice. I have to make time because these are all the things I want to do in life. I’m very passionate about the projects I’m working in, so I fit it everything accordingly. Whether it’s in the middle of the night, early in the morning or in the middle of the day, everything that needs my attention has to get it,” Sunny told IANS.
In 2017, Sunny, along with husband Daniel Weber adopted a baby girl. They named her Nisha. She has started going to playschool now, and the couple has started a new branch of their playschool chain, D’ Art Fusion, in Juhu for their daughter and other kids.
Education, she reckons, is a different world - far removed from the business of entertainment.
“Education helps people know the basics of life, but I know a lot of people who don’t have a degree or never finished school and yet are very successful. I am one of them,” she said.
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