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

Actress Sunny Leone is heading to South Africa to shoot “Karenjit Kaur – The Untold Story of Sunny Leone”. She says this year has been one of the best years of her life.

“It has been a very hectic year for me and that is exactly what I had been looking for . This is one of the best year of my life. I am currently heading to South Africa for the shoot of m1y biopic, and all excited to reunite with the team their,” Sunny said in a statement.



Sunny’s real name is Karenjit Kaur Vohra. Wikimedia Commons

Sunny, who welcomed her twins Noah and Asher in March, has also been keeping busy with her newly launched make-up range — Star Struck by Sunny Leone.

Also Read: Best Sunny Leone’s songs which will make you groove

The show “Karenjit Kaur…”, which will stream on the OTT platform ZEE5, revolves around the journey of Sunny, who was born as Karenjit Kaur in a middle class Sikh family in Canada. It will trace her transition from being a little girl to becoming an adult film actress and from there to her rise in Bollywood. IANS


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