Sunny Leone wants Teacher to ‘whip’ her Hindi into Shape

Sunny Leone is keen to improve her Hindi, and as an obedient student, she waits for her teacher to assist with some ‘whipping’.

Sunny Leone Hindi

Beimaan Love, is next for the star, in which she plays a feisty business tycoon

Sunny Leone is eager to prove that her Hindi will get better.

As she takes on more film projects, it is important to her that her Hindi dialect sounds as natural as possible.

The 35 year old actress who is working hard to prove herself in Bollywood is up against the language barrier in a similar way Katrina Kaif was when she first started.

We can admire her determination to prove her ability in Bollywood being up against many that would prefer her not to be in the industry at all, relating it to her past adult star life.

She unveiled a photo of herself on Twitter after finishing her Hindi homework and was waiting for her teacher to ‘whip’ her Hindi into shape:

Having bagged an item number in Shahrukh Khan’s film Raees, Sunny is heading to appear in a song for Fuddu, a Ranbir Singh and Katrina Kaif film to be released in 2017.

The song will have poems recited by Ranbir and Katrina. This song is not an ‘item number’ sources say and will feature Sunny dancing to the recital of the poems.

As for Sunny’s Bollywood projects, Beimaan Love, is next for the star, in which she plays a feisty business tycoon portraying the challenges she faces to reach success. She stars opposite Rajniesh Duggal and the movie also features a cameo from Sunny’s husband, Daniel Weber.

But Sunny is also aware that films are not the only way to survive in the entertainment industry and feels trying other business ideas is necessary. She 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.”

As an example, Sunny has recently launched ‘Lust’ her own perfume brand.

Amit enjoys creative challenges and uses writing as a tool for revelation. He has major interest in news, current affairs, trends and cinema. He likes the quote: "Nothing in fine print is ever good news."

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