I hope people change mindsets about my acting: Sunny Leone
Mumbai: Indo-Canadian adult film actress Sunny Leone, whose latest Bollywood project `Ragini MMS 2` has hit the screens, hopes that her performance in the movie will help people change their mindsets about her acting skills.
"I don`t know if I would be able to shut the mouth of those who criticize my acting, speak bad about me, but I hope they watch my this film and hopefully change their mind about my acting," Sunny told reporters here Friday at Gaiety Galaxy theatre, where she was present to seek audience`s response to her film.
Sunny made her Bollywood debut with erotica `Jism 2` in 2012, and then featured in `Jackpot` last year. While both the films failed to do decent business at the box office, her performance was hardly lauded.
However, she feels that with `Ragini MMS 2`, she has improved as an actor.
"I believe that my acting in this film has got better. I am more comfortable now in front of the camera," Sunny said.
Talking about the difficulty she faced while shooting the climax scene for the film, Sunny said: "I can`t tell you what all I had to do to shoot that (climax) scene. My whole body was exhausted.
"I didn`t have a body double to do bends and all that stuff. I was bruised, cut and bleeding," she added.
Meanwhile, `Ragini MMS 2`, produced by Ekta Kapoor`s Balaji Productions and directed by Bhushan Patel, has got a good start at the box office and Sunny has so far received a mixed response for her performance in the film.