Sunny Leone who was spending most of her quarantine time in Mumbai headed to California in early June, amidst the lockdown. However, the actress is now seen enjoying her days there, leaving the Mumbai rains behind. Well, just recently, the Ragini MMS actress took to Instagram account and shared a picture of herself where she is seen soaking in some sun and fresh air in California but the lady also feels that nothing can beat the California sun and fresh air.
Amidst the gloomy monsoon weather which we are facing in Mumbai, Sunny Leone is enjoying her summer vibes with full glory. Even though we are loving this monsoon season here as we don’t have to step out of the house, we are also loving the picturesque beauty which Sunny is treating us with right now. Wearing a powdered blue dress and rocking a pair of black sunglasses, Sunny strikes a killer pose on the rooftop for the cameras. While sharing the picture, she captioned it as, “Nothing beats the California sun and fresh air!”
Talking about her journey from Mumbai to LA, she spoke to TOI and was quoted saying, "It was a 39-hour-long journey. It was tiring, but somehow, the flight timings worked out well for the kids’ sleeping schedules. Personally, I was sad to leave Mumbai, and trust me, I didn’t want to leave, which is why it took us so long to decide to come here. However, it was important for us to be around Daniel’s mother and his family. Like everyone else, they wanted to be with their loved ones,". She added how they don't plan on doing anything as of now since they have saved some money to lead a comfortable life.
Upon being asked about her plans of returning to Mumbai, she said, "As I said, I did not want to leave my Mumbai home at all. The plan to return to India is based on when international flights resume, normally. As soon as we can fly back, we will. We want to be on the next flight to India."
Image source: Instagram/ sunnyleone
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