Happy to make a mark in Bollywood: Sunny Leone
Mumbai: Indo-Canadian adult film star Sunny Leone is happy for getting noticed but is not sure if she has made her mark in Bollywood.
Before making her Bollywood debut in `Jism 2`, Sunny had participated in the fifth season of the reality show `Bigg Boss`.
Sunny also did a special song in `Shootout at Wadala` and was seen next in `Jackpot` and `Ragini MMS 2`.
"I think I have been noticed and I am happy about it. I am happy where I have reached today. I don`t know if I have made a mark for myself here. I want to do good work, have fun and entertain people," Sunny said.
"I have done only three films. I still have to work hard. I want more and more people to watch and enjoy my films. It is a steady process. I think one should work hard and prove oneself in dancing, acting and bringing in ticket sales (box office)," she said.
Sunny is happy with the audience response to `Ragini MMS 2`.
"I wasn`t expecting the film to do this well. I thank my fans for watching the film. I wonder how can one film change things," she added.
Post the success of `Ragini MMS 2`, Sunny has been getting a lot of offers but she is in no hurry to do any film. "Offers are coming in. I think people have realised I am not here just for five minutes (on screen), I love this world. I will continue to work hard and do amazing work. I am sure acceptance will come," Sunny said.
Responding to a query that she was looking for an image-makeover, Sunny said that she did not set any rules for herself.
"That is not true, I don`t know where this came from. I don`t set any rules, limits for myself," the actress said.