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Sunny Leone's One Night Stand imparts moral lesson
Actress Sunny Leone, currently awaiting the release of her forthcoming sex comedy movie \"Mastizaade\", says her next two projects \"One Night Stand\" and \"Beiimaan Love\" have a moral lesson to impart.
New Delhi: Actress Sunny Leone, currently awaiting the release of her forthcoming sex comedy movie "Mastizaade", says her next two projects "One Night Stand" and "Beiimaan Love" have a moral lesson to impart.
"The two movies that are coming out are more into 'If men can do something, why can't women?', 'As a woman if you fall, then you must get back up and rise'... In those ways, they are movies that have more of a moral lesson to learn from, I guess," Sunny told IANS.
The actress seems sceptical about whether the audience will like her in that zone as she has not "ventured out of what people have seen".
"I have been giving what they (the audiences) have been asking for, but we'll see if they will like it," she added.
Sunny, who ventured into Bollywood in 2012 with "Jism 2", has mostly done films which are rated 'A', thereby suitable only for adult viewing.
Would she like to try other genres as well?
"Well, yes! The next two films after 'Mastizaade' are in a different zone. By the title 'One Night Stand' doesn't sound like it. But once the trailers and the teasers are out, I think people will understand what the movie is really about. It is more on the serious tone," said Sunny, who first became popular as an Indo-Canadian porn star.
"Same with 'Beiimaan Love'. It is also in a different zone than 'Mastizaade'. One of them might get rated in 'A', but maybe one of them might not," she added.
Sunny will be seen playing Lilly and Laila Lele in director-writer Milap Zaveri's directorial. The film also stars actors Tusshar Kapoor and Vir Das.
"Mastizaade" is slated to release on Friday.