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The Idea of Sunny Leone’s Biopic “Karenjit Kaur” Came Over a Cup of Coffee: Hitendra Kapopara

Adult movies actress Sunny Leone's Biopic "Karenjit Kaur" was decided over a coffee, says Hitendra Kapopara

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Sunny Leone is happy being a mother of 3 kids. Flickr
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Celebrity designer and stylist Hitendra Kapopara says he gave the idea of a biopic on Sunny Leone to the makers of “Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone” over a cup of coffee.

Interacting with media on Monday, Kapopara said he shared a close bond with Sunny Leone as he has worked with her in “Ek Paheli Leela”, “Jackpot”, “Mastizaade” and MTV’s reality show “Spiltsvilla”.

“Once my friend Shareen Kishore (founder of Namah Pictures who produced Sunny Leone’s biopic) and I were having a conversation over coffee and in that conversation, I was discussing Sunny’s life with her. While talking, I just pasted an idea of making a biopic on Sunny as she has an interesting layered life. Shareen just got so glued to the idea, that in no time, I introduced her to Daniel Weber (Sunny Leone’s Husband) and the rest is history,” he said.

“Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone” is being aired on Zee Five.

Asked about his experience working with Sunny Leone, Kapopara said,” It’s as fine as the sand particles in the best beach of the world. She is a family to me and so am I to her. While we work every day together, our professional boundaries remain intact. But when we are just chilling, travelling or are out somewhere, you should watch us have a gala time.”

The idea of "Karenjit Kaur"- Sunny Leone's Biopic was decided over a cup of coffee. Flickr
The idea of “Karenjit Kaur”- Sunny Leone’s Biopic was decided over a cup of coffee. Flickr

Kapopara, an alumni of NIFT, Ahemdabad has worked as celebrity designer in films like “Raaz”, “Nayi Padosan”, “Dil Bechara Pyaar Ka Maara”, “Mr Prime Minister”, “Ek Paheli Leela”, “The Flag”, “Mukti”, “Jackpot”, “Sona Spa” and “Mastizaade”.

Asked with which Hindi film celebrity he wants to work with, Kapopara said, “Rekha ji is one of those stars who can create ecstasy. I wish to design and style her once.”

Also Read: Sunny Leone Enjoys Being a Mother of Three Kids

Talking about his future plans, Kapopara said, “I have been planning to execute a brand label of my own and for that, I am already talking to a couple of investors so let’s see. I have also given a thought to production.”

Apart from Sunny Leone, Kapopara has done personal styling for Amitabh Bachchan, Rajesh Khanna, Hrishita Bhatt, Riya Sen, Arbaaz Khan, Celine Jaitley, Nargis Fakhri, Daisy Shah, Shreyas Talpade, Tusshar Kapoor, Vir Das, Ritiesh Deshmukh, Elli Avram, Aahna Kumra, Himansh Kohli, Ashmit Patel and Gauahar Khan. (IANS)

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“Being a Mother Helped Me Change And Evolve”: Sunny Leone

Not just managing a career, but also enjoying a time being a mother of three -- something that has helped my change and evolve: Sunny Leone

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Sunny Leone is happy being a mother of 3 kids. Flickr
Sunny Leone is happy being a mother of 3 kids. Flickr

Sunny Leone, who started off as an adult film star and ventured into Bollywood with “Jism 2” in 2012, is right now in love with her life as it is unfolding. She is not just managing a career, but also enjoying her time being a mother of three — something that has helped her change and evolve.

The Canadian-born Indian-American actress was named Penthouse Pet of the Year in 2003 and shifted her focus to mainstream acting in Hindi films with “Jism 2”, following it up with “Ragini MMS 2”, “Ek Paheli Leela”, “Kuch Kuch Locha Hai”, “Mastizaade” and “Tera Intezaar”.

Asked if she feels content when she looks back at her journey from Karenjit Kaur Vohra to Sunny Leone, she told IANS in an e-mail interview from Los Angeles: “Yes, because I love my life now.”

Her life has inspired a digital platform series titled “Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone”.

Sunny Leone adopted 3 kids. Wikimedia Commons
Sunny Leone adopted 3 kids. Wikimedia Commons

Did she have any initial apprehensions about putting her entire life out for the world to know?

“Yes, many. But what swayed me to do it is that the story would be told in a way that I was comfortable with… the true story and not something that people believe it to be,” said Sunny, who entered Indian showbiz via a stint in the reality TV show “Bigg Boss 5”.

Last year, the actress, who is married to Daniel Weber, took everyone by surprise when she announced that she and her husband had adopted girl child named Nisha from a village in Latur. Another surprise came in March, when she shared that the two had extended their brood by including two more children — sons Noah and Asher — via surrogacy.

Sunny, who is currently seen hosting season 11 of youth-based reality show “Splitsvilla” on MTV, says motherhood has changed her.

Sunny, who is currently seen hosting season 11 of youth-based reality show "Splitsvilla" on MTV, says motherhood has changed her.
Sunny, who is currently seen hosting season 11 of youth-based reality show “Splitsvilla” on MTV, says motherhood has changed her.

“I have changed and evolved but I believe (it has happened) for the better. I look at all three of them and am completely, utterly in love with them,” she said.

With three toddlers to give attention to, will her career slow down?

“I believe I am the best mother I can be if I am working and spending time with them. I love my job and I hope my children grow up to be just as hardworking as my husband and I,” said Sunny.

The 37-year-old actress says Daniel and she have scheduled their “time carefully so that our children do not ever feel a lack of attention, care or love”.

Ever since her debut in Bollywood, Sunny has faced flak, trolls and criticism. She finds it immature and not necessary.

Also Read: The Idea of Sunny Leone’s Biopic “Karenjit Kaur” Came Over a Cup of Coffee: Hitendra Kapopara

“I try to brush it off and move past the hate always. I believe myself not to be a negative person so I have to find the positives in life and in people to do my job. That will never change in me. But I am affected and more annoyed from time to time at the nonsense the media comes up with or random groups come up with. It is immature and not necessary,” she said. (IANS)