Sunny Leone knows how to silence her haters, and what better way to do so than to don a flawless Parul J Maurya design whilst promoting her movie Mastizaade!
Her recent promotional outing comes after a nightmare few days
Sunny Leone looked fashionably floral as she stepped out in Mumbai to promote her adult comedy, Mastizaade (2016) on the hit TV show, Chidiya Ghar.
The stunning star donned a pink and blue Parul J Maurya design, and fascinated onlookers with her chic style.
Her glorious figure protruded through the tightly-fitted cropped jacket, which clinched at the actress’ waist and bust.
The beautifully detailed waterfall skirt cascaded down stars’ legs, whilst the shorter length at the front showcased Sunny’s perfect pins.
A simple pair of strap heels finished off her gorgeous look, which is definitely one of her best.
Her co-star, Vir Das, also looked dapper as he accompanied the actress.
Dressed in a fitted blue blazer and matching blue shirt, Vir complimented Sunny’s look with his similar colour palette.
Her recent promotional outing comes after a nightmare few days last week when Sunny was grilled for her porn past in an uncomfortable interview with a journalist.
The interviewer, named Bhupendra Chaubey, bombarded the actress with questions such as ‘Where do you think that Sunny Leone went wrong?’ and ‘How many people think of growing up to become a porn star?’.
But with support from fans and Bollywood stars alike, Sunny has overcome the hate, commenting:
“When I came here there were a lot of people who didn’t want me here and there were a lot of people who had lots of crazy things to say about me.
“But I have so many more fans who care about me, that like me… I’ve had more supporters than I’ve had haters.”
It seems nothing can keep this gorgeous lady down these days, especially with backing from her fans.
And Sunny fanatics won’t have to wait long to get their latest fix of the star, as Mastizaade is due to hit cinemas on January 29th, 2016.
Images courtesy of PR and The Indian Express
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