‘I CAN'T WORK IN FILMS FOR­EVER'

Sunny Leone re­alises that she may not be in films for­ever and thus de­cides to ex­plore other are­nas

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Ac­tor Sunny Leone (right) may not be hailed as a great ac­tor in Bol­ly­wood but she def­i­nitely is one of the best busi­ness per­son in the in­dus­try. Fur­ther prov­ing her met­tle, the porn star turned ac­tor says, “For me, it can’t be just about the movies. Un­for­tu­nately, that’s the world we live in. If you want to be suc­cess­ful as a busi­ness per­son or an en­ter­tain­ment per­son, you have to branch out in ev­ery way pos­si­ble.”

The adult film star made her comeback to In­dia with pop­u­lar re­al­ity show in 2011 fol­lowed by her de­but film Jism 2 the next year. “For me, mak­ing movies is not go­ing to be for­ever, it can’t be. It is not go­ing to last. The big ques­tion al­ways is — what is the plan then,” says Sunny.

The 35-year-old ac­tor also said she wanted to make the most of the op­por­tu­nity com­ing her way with no “fear” of not get­ting any work in the fu­ture. “It’s not a fear, it is a re­al­ity. When you’re do­ing well, it feels this is go­ing to last for­ever, so many of­fers come in. Luck­ily for me, those of­fers are there and it is amaz­ing. But this is the time that if I don’t take the money I am mak­ing and in­vest it into some­thing big­ger than who I am, or could be big­ger than what I am now, then I am silly,” she added.

Sunny, who has launched her own per­fume brand, says the de­ci­sion was not hastily. “Noth­ing is done im­pul­sively. This was the per­fect thing to do,” she says.

For me, mak­ing movies is not go­ing to be for­ever... It’s not go­ing to last SUNNY LEONE, AC­TOR

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