Sunny Leone opens up on her struggle in the Bollywood; says ‘happy with the pace of my career’

Sunny Leone has had her share of struggle and it wasn’t really a cakewalk for her. In a recent interview, she said that she never had a mentor or godfather in Bollywood. Read on.
Sunny Leone opens up on her struggle in the Bollywood; says ‘happy with the pace of my career’Sunny Leone opens up on her struggle in the Bollywood; says ‘happy with the pace of my career’
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Sunny Leone started her Bollywood career with just an item number, and now, the diva has come a long way and has made her presence felt with her charisma. Sunny stepped into Bollywood with Jism 2, and since then, there was no looking back. The Bollywood diva has had her own set of struggles and it wasn’t really a cakewalk for her. She has been headstrong and has dealt with all sort of accusations that came her way. She was asked several questions and she remained calm and composed all this while. In a recent interview with Hindustan Times, she said that she never had a mentor or a godfather in Bollywood. 

“I don’t have a lot of people guiding me. What I found in the industry is that there is a lot of ‘yes ma’am’. People tell you that this will be a great opportunity, but then, if it does not happen, then everybody goes like ‘I told you not to do it and it was wrong.’ People do a lot of that here”, said the actor. She added that not having a godfather or mentor in the industry makes it hard to survivebut she is okay and in fact happy with how her career is shaping up.

“I have learnt from everything I have done and the choices that I have made, and holy moly, I am really happy with the pace of my career. I am working non-stop, and I am booked for the entire year, just like I was in the previous years,” said Sunny. 

On the work front, she will be seen in Malayalam movie Rangeela and Tamil period war film Veeramadevi.

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