Trailer Of Sunny Leone’s Documentary ‘Mostly Sunny’ Will Enlighten Your Day


The trailer of Sunny Leone’s highly anticipated documentary, ‘Mostly Sunny’ is out and it will definitely enlighten your day.

This documentary, directed by Dilip Mehta, will uncover various private parts of her life that have never been seen or heard of before to her enthusiastic fans. Her tumultuous past in her hometown Ontario will also be touched upon including her controversial rise to fame as a porn star.

This two-hour documentary has already been released at the Toronto Film Festival and the MAMI Film Festival, receiving quite the praise. The film will feature many exclusive never-before-seen interviews with Leone, however, Leone has now claimed that she will have to disconnect herself from the film.

Sunny has felt that she has not been portrayed as her real self, but as somebody else’s perception of her. She was so disappointed with the film considering that she was not comfortable with certain scenes that she proceeded to skip out on its premiere at the film festivals.

‘Mostly Sunny’, which was released worldwide on the 20th of October on Netflix, will aim to highlight the reaction of those close to Leone once she began to trend around the world for her association with the adult film industry. For three consecutive years, from 2014-2016, Leone was the most searched celebrity icon on Google, which along with fame brought on many problems as well for the star.

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Sunny Leone, also known as, Karenjit Kaur Vohra, transitioned from an adult star to a popular Bollywood actress which although came with a lot of consequences, including the abandonment by her hometown allies, she found a ray of hope through her many fans in India.