Sunny has a green radiance. In April 2017, Sunny Leone made a noteworthy cameo in Sonakshi Sinha’s film “Noor” and shown her flexibility by costarring with Emraan Hashmi in the song “Piya More” from the movie “Baadshaho.” Sunny Leone expanded her horizons in the Indian film business by making her debut in both Bengali and Marathi films in the same month, demonstrating her dedication to exploring a variety of cinematic landscapes.
The intriguing journey of Sunny Leone’s life is vividly portrayed in the web series “Karenjit Kaur – The Untold Story of Sunny Leone,” available on ZEE5. This series sheds light on her remarkable transformation from a Canadian girl to becoming one of India’s most searched celebrities, offering viewers a glimpse into the various facets of her life.
Acknowledging her contributions to the Indian film industry, Sunny Leone was honored with the Indian Affairs Actress of the Year Award in 2018, a testament to her impact and recognition in the entertainment realm.
Recently, Sunny Leone graced an inauguration event with her significant other, showcasing her impeccable sense of style. For the occasion, she donned a stunning lime green pantsuit, featuring a halter-necked, sleeveless bralette-like embellished crop top that added a touch of glamour to the formal ensemble designed by Nirmooha. The deep and plunging neckline of the crop top exuded a modern flair, while statement rings from Alara Jewellery and stylish earrings from The Ethereal Store elevated her overall look. The bodycon style of the top, with its short neck and sleeveless design, complemented her figure, and she paired the outfit with floor-length wide-leg pants and matching metallic gold-colored pumps, all expertly styled by Hitendra Kapopara.
With an amazing slate of projects, Sunny Leone’s career in filmmaking is continuing. Her recent role in the Tamil movie “Thee Ivan” is just one of many; she has also acted in Malayalam films “Rangeela,” Kannada film “Ui,” and Tamil films “Quotation Gang,” “Veeramadevi,” and “Shero.” Her upcoming projects in Hindi cinema are “Kola Kola,” “Helen,” and “The Battle of Bhima Koregaon.”