After trying her luck in Bollywood films, former adult star Sunny Leone was all set to venture into South cinema. The actress was all set to make her debut as a lead actor by playing the role of Veeramadevi.
But her dream debut hit a roadblock as activist of Pro-Kannada groups Karnataka Rakshana Vedikehas protested against Sunny’s casting in the film. Apparently the activist has stated that since Veeramadevi was a warrior princess which is of great importance to the state of Karnataka, they can’t see an adult star like Sunny playing the warrior princess.
Not only did Karnataka Rakshana Vedike carried out rallies against Leone but even burnt posters of the film in Benglaru where Sunny is seen as Veeramadevi. Let us tell you that it’s the same group which protested against Sunny Leone when she was to perform for the New Year’s eve, latter making the organizers cancelling the show.
Leone went through sword fighting and martial arts, to get into the skin of her character. Not only this, she has even shot for some portions of the film. With such major protest, the fate of the film Veeramadevi is definitely in troubled waters. Sunny was last seen in a web series titled “Karenjit Kaur – The Untold Story of Sunny Leone”, which is based on Sunny’s life itself. The actress has also started shooting for the Hindi remake of 2012 Punjabi film Jatt & Juliet opposite Manish Paul.
Everyone knows Sunny Leone very well, This former porn actress is one of the most celebrated and non avoidable figure of Bollywood today. Few months back we have heard that The Web Bio Pic of sunny leone is coming and now the wait is over. The makers of the film have released the trailer of the film titled “Karenjit Kaur : The untold story of Sunny Leone”.
Directed by Aditya Dutt and coproduced under the banner of Namah Pictures and Fresh Lime Films and it will be available through ZEE5 Originals from July 16th. Check out the trailer here:
Actress Sunny Leone‘s cosmetics brand ‘Star Struck by Sunny Leone’ uses animal rights organisation PETA India’s cruelty-free logo as it is against testing products on animals. The brand will be featured on People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India’s ‘Companies That Don’t Test on Animals’ list, which recognises companies that sell only cruelty-free cosmetics, personal care, and household cleaning products, read a statement.
Star Struck will use the special cruelty-free bunny logo on its packaging, like brands such as Omved, Soulflower, Herbal Strategi Vicco Laboratories and The Body Shop. “Increasingly, consumers today want to be confident their purchases do not support harm to animals. PETA India’s cruelty-free logo will help Star Struck proudly show that we are firmly against caging, poisoning (and) killing animals in any tests,” Sunny said in a statement.
Sunny’s company will be launching an online promotional campaign and contest with the animal rights organisation. PETA India, whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to experiment on”, notes that more than 3,000 companies around the world have banned all animal tests in favour of effective, modern, non-animal methods. Sunny has been an animal advocate. She was PETA India’s 2016 Person of the Year and has appeared in numerous campaigns for the group, including a pro-vegan fashion ad, a pro-vegetarian ad, an ad promoting the sterilisation of animal companions, and a pro-adoption campaign, in which she encouraged fans to “be an angel” by adopting a homeless dog.