Sunny Leone is a controversial and unconventional celebrity who people love to gossip about.
The quick releases of seasons 1 (July 2018) and 2 (September 2018) highlight the popularity of Karenjit Kaur: The untold story of Sunny Leone. And with the third and final season set to start streaming tomorrow, April 5, on Zee5 Global for audiences across the world, it’s clear that audiences are still eagerly awaiting more Sunny stories, continuing from where Season 2 ended with Sunny and her husband landing in India for the first time.
“I was totally scared and didn’t know what was going to happen,” Sunny reminisced. “I didn’t think anyone would accept me, let alone that I would be here for over eight years now.” She also expressed how she felt India is “one of the most amazing places to be right now”.
Karenjit Kaur traces the journey of a Sikh girl growing up in Canada and United States to becoming a porn star, and later a Bollywood actor and entrepreneur, and, according to Sunny herself, chronicling her life experiences without embellishment or exaggeration.
Catch up with Sunny as Connected to India asks her about the upcoming final chapter of her biopic, her life in India and her future plans below: