I don't know what it feels like to be a star, says Sunny Leone
The gorgeous looking Sunny Leone was first seen in the reality television show 'Bigg Boss' season 5 and since then there has been no looking back for her. When Mahesh Bhatt went saw her inside the house, he immediately offered her 'Jism 2'.
New Delhi: The gorgeous looking Sunny Leone was first seen in the reality television show 'Bigg Boss' season 5 and since then there has been no looking back for her. When Mahesh Bhatt went saw her inside the house, he immediately offered her 'Jism 2'.
Sunny has come a long way post her stint with 'Bigg Boss'. She has appeared in a number of Bollywood films out of which some have worked well while others failed to create the magic. After working with superstars like Shah Rukh Khan and Akshay Kumar, Sunny is slowly but steadily getting there.
PTI quotes Sunny as saying, "I don't know what it feels like to be a star. I don't see myself as one. I might have had success, which I worked really hard for, but I don't see myself the way people see me. I always find it really uncomfortable."
"I can't see myself as someone who is supposedly in a privileged situation owing to their work. I just see people as a whole and I don't see myself as anything more or less," the 35-year-old actress added.
Though Sunny remains to be the most searched personality online in India since the last few years, her films off late have failed to work at the box office. This year alone the actress had three releases Mastizaade, One Night Stand, Beiimaan Love and none of them could do wonders at the box office.
"There have been a few situations where what happens is, some people sell me the moon and the stars and then when you see what they've done is sad. It takes me a long time to adjust," she said.
"My husband then helps me go through this. I might be pissed that the movie didn't do well or things didn't turn out the way they wanted to. But there are so many wonderful things in my world and I focus on that," said she.
She was also recently featured in BBC's 100 most influential women list which was surprising for the actress.
"I wasn't expecting that. It was surprising. It's an honour to be on the list. It took time to sink in, and then I started to understand what it means to be on that list. I know there are a lot of people in Bollywood who do good things but the fact that they recognised me, I am very happy for," she added.
(With PTI inputs)