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Whatever we shot for ‘Mastizaade’ is not wrong: Sunny Leone

Sunny Leone says the film director made her feel so comfortable that she never felt "wrong" shooting for "Mastizaade".

By: IANS | Mumbai |
January 8, 2016 2:10:07 pm
Sunny Leone, Mastizaade, mastizaade trailer, Sunny Leone Mastizaade, Sunny Leone Mastizaade Trailer, Sunny Leone in Mastizaade, Sunny Leone Sex Comedy, Sunny Leone Adult Comedy, Entertainment news Sunny Leone said: “I feel whatever we shot for ‘Mastizaade’ is not wrong and I am not worried about people’s reaction towards me.”

Actress Sunny Leone, who will soon be seen in sex comedy film “Mastizaade”, says the film director made her feel so comfortable that she never felt “wrong” shooting for the movie.

“Every actor and actress have their own dos and don’ts and in this film (‘Mastizaade’), there were lots of don’t but me and Milap Zaveri (the director of the film) sat together and decided what we can do. He made me so comfortable.

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“I feel whatever we shot for ‘Mastizaade’ is not wrong and I am not worried about people’s reaction towards me,” she added.

Co-produced by Pritish Nandy and Rangita Pritish Nandy, “Mastizaade” will release on January 29. The film also features Tusshar Kapoor and Vir Das, among others.

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Sunny feels that people have different perceptions about her but she never took it seriously.

“If people think I can do anything onscreen then that’s a natural thing for them to think. I can’t do anything about that. As an actor when you start putting limitations, you don’t have an open mind to explore.”

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