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My Other Life

India Today - - LEISURE - Sunny Leone, ac­tor, up close and per­sonal

Q: You just flew back to In­dia for the open­ing of Raees. How is your life dif­fer­ent in Amer­ica? A: It’s not pos­si­ble for me to walk around out­side in In­dia—I ba­si­cally travel from bub­ble to bub­ble. In Amer­ica, no one recog­nises me. Q: What im­pact do you think you’ve had on In­dian at­ti­tudes to­ward women’s sex­u­al­ity? A: I don’t know that I have had an im­pact. Women’s sex­u­al­ity is so per­sonal. Each woman comes into her own at dif­fer­ent times. Q: Not many peo­ple know that you paint ab­stract art. Who’s the last per­son you gifted one of your paint­ings? A: [My hus­band] Daniel usu­ally steals them and says I can’t give any away. I don’t sell them be­cause I’m too in­se­cure. Q: What’s the last pic­ture you snapped with your mo­bile? A: Kiss­ing my hus­band on the cheek last night in the el­e­va­tor. He made it black and white and it’s so nice. Q: What’s the last thing that made you cry? A: I just started watch­ing [Net­flix’s] The Crown, and I started tear­ing up when Queen El­iz­a­beth found out her dad died. —with Ja­son Over­dorf

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