Sunny Leone is among one of the gorgeous, graceful and bubbliest actresses of Bollywood. Wherever she goes, she makes the atmosphere a tad more joyous and lively. Something similar happened at the recently-organised Bombay Times Fashion Week event, where the stunner turned showstopper for designer Maheka Mirpuri. The Jism 2 actress looked heavenly in a glitter jacket with multi-coloured sequins on it. She completed the look with minimal makeup and a bun and gracefully carried an outfit that's perhaps considered OTT for a lot of us.
Now, a video of Sunny Leone getting all candid at the backstage has made its way to social media. It sees the actress talking about her oh-so-shimmery outfit and her first-ever experience as a showstopper. Sunny Leone was then given the showstopper challenge, wherein she had to mimic certain celebrities' styles. For Madhuri Dixit, Sunny tried but eventually gave up saying there's no one else like the Dhak Dhak girl. However, when it came to Ranveer Singh, Sunny Leone's actions were on point, as she tried her best to behave as crazy and as energetic as the Lootera star. They should definitely walk the ramp together in the future!
In a previous interview with HT, Sunny Leone opened up on facing online negativity. She had said, "I really believe that social media needs to serve the purpose of whoever it is that is posting things online. I’m not very happy about what’s going on but there is nothing that you can do about it. Everybody is angry and upset about what’s going on. There seems to be some amount of discrimination or things that have hurt people about ways that they were treated. I do think that bullying, mistreatments and all such type of negative behaviour just come around. I feel that someone who is bullying probably has been bullied. It is a chain of nasty behaviour."
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