Tuesday January 21, 2020

Actress Sunny Leone Feels That its Very Easy to Judge Someone

In sync with her belief, the actress has joined Craftsvilla's latest campaign #JudgeMeNot

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Sunny Leone set to co-host 'Spiltsvilla:11'. Flickr
It's extremely easy to judge someone: Sunny Leone. Flickr

Actress Sunny Leone says she gets judged by people for who they assume her to be.

“Something that I always get judged for is ‘who people think I am’. It is extremely easy to judge someone,” Sunny Leone said in a statement.

In sync with her belief, the actress has joined Craftsvilla’s latest campaign #JudgeMeNot — which aims to break stereotypes and shackles of size, shape, colour and choices preferred by women.

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

“By joining this campaign, I wanted to tell everyone that unless you have walked in someone else’s shoes, you really can’t know the whole story. What helped me rise above judgement was concentrating on being myself and not hurting anyone with my actions. And most importantly knowing in my heart that I am a good human being,” she added.

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Talking about campaign, Monica Gupta, Co-founder, Craftsvilla, said: “Through our campaign, we attempt to empower women by not being harsh on themselves, but instead embrace their true self.” (IANS)

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Actress Sunny Leone: Violence is Something That our Children See and Learn

"I do not endorse violence," says Actress Sunny Leone

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Actress Sunny Leone took a neutral stance on Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) violence. Wikimedia Commons

Actress Sunny Leone took a neutral stance on Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) violence by saying that she doesnt want to comment on the anti-CAA protest and fee hike issue in JNU, adding that she is pro-peace and she hopes that all concerned parties will come out with a solution on the matter.

“I don’t want to share my opinion on an actual thing that people are fighting over. I feel there are many things that we can do if we put our foot down, if we speak to each other and stop the violence, because violence is something that our children see and learn. Violence doesn’t affect just one person. It affects the entire family because it also emotionally hurt them. I am pro-peace and I do not endorse violence. I am sure that there will be some solution that can come without violence,” said Sunny, while interacting with the media at a promotional event, when she was asked to comment on Sunday’s attack on JNU students by unidentified masked men.

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“I think it’s time that we start respecting mother earth and giving back to her basically what she has given us,” says Sunny Leone. Wikimedia Commons

At the event, Sunny also spoke about the devastating wildfires in Australia. “I think we have created this path of destruction, and wer are destroying things that are so beautiful in our world. I do believe that we have the ability and the means to clean up our cities and homes. I feel we have to keep our beaches clean, and provide education to children about what it means to throw your thrash in the garbage box.”

She continued: “I think it’s time that we start respecting mother earth and giving back to her basically what she has given us, which is the ability to live on this planet. I know we practice certain things in our homes that help the environment, and I really hope that people start paying attention to these things because it is only going to get worse.”

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Talking about the web series “Ragini MMS: Returns” season 2, which released on December 18, she said: “I am really happy that people have liked season 2. I haven’t got the chance to see it. I have seen only my portions while dubbing but I have heard nice things about it. I wish success to Zee5 and ALTBalaji and I hope it does well for them.”

“Ragini MMS Returns Season 2” features real-life couple Divya Agarwal and Varun Sood. Sunny Leone plays a paranormal expert in the series. (IANS)