For not showing much of her skin in Jism 2, Sunny Leone has said sorry to her fans. In an interview she said, “We have a different set of rules in India. There is a Censor Board we have to answer to, whose rules are pretty strict.”
Sunny added, “There is an adult film industry everywhere. But I did this movie knowing it is mainstream Hindi cinema. I’m sorry for letting them down by not exposing. (Laughs.) But hey! They bought the tickets, so I want to thank them!”
Sunny is happy to receive overwhelming response to her film. She wishes to prove herself as an actress.
“I’m from a different industry and country. It’s just my first film. But I know it’s going to take a long time for people to change their perception of me. Right now, I have this burning desire in me as an actor to convert my critics. I can act and I want to prove it to those who feel I can’t. I have left my past behind and I am looking forward to a new career,” says Sunny.
She adds, “Many people criticized my film, but there are many more who are going and watching it, their response towards me has been amazing.”