If there’s anybody who can beat popular celebrities like Aishwarya Rai, Kareena Kapoor and Katrina Kaif, on the digital platform, then it’s the adult film star-turned-Bollywood starlet Sunny Leone. ‘Searched’ over 3.5 crores times on Google, Sunny Leone became 2013’s most-searched personality online. Not only is she the empress of the digital platform, she is also grabbing eyeballs in the film industry.
Just 2 films old, Sunny Leone is the reigning glam doll of Bollywood cinema. And she’s all set to captivate the South Indian film industry as well.
The adult star-turned-Bollywood actress is making her K-town debut in Dhayanidhi Alagiri’s Vadacurry. Deemed as a special number, the actress will shake a leg with Kollywood hero Jai for this upcoming film. Picturized in Chennai, the song will be a dream sequence for the protagonist, featuring Sunny. Clad in a Pavada Thavani (half-saree), the actress looks her ravishing best in the promos of the film. She’s making the most of her success, by charging a whooping one crore for her appearance in this groovy number. The song titled, ‘’Sunny in the day, Sunny in the night, Sunny all the way’’ is sure leave her fans asking for more. That’s not all, this film is creating interesting buzz for another fascinating reason. This is the first film of the sexy bombshell that has received a U-certificate by the censor board.
It’s reported that she will also star in an item number, for Kannan’s Oru Oorule Rendu Raja. And even before the release of her first film, the Canadian actress has offers pouring from the Telugu industry as well. It is likely that the actress is set to foray into the Telugu industry with the film Current Theega starring Manchu Manoj. Sunny’s fans will get to see her in a never-seen-before avatar, as she will shed her oomph factor, and will don a traditional avatar.
Although her acting prowess is yet to hit the bull’s eye, Sunny Leone can get anyone feeling hot under the collar with just her killer looks. It looks like the actress has embarked on a new journey by venturing into films from the South Indian film industry. Will her irresistible appeal allure this set of audience as well? We’ll just have to wait and watch…