Sunny's documentary trailer traces rollercoaster journey of Karenjit Kaur

Karenjit Kaur trailer shows how Sunny Leone the girl-next-door became Sunny leone the adult star and eventually a Bollywood actor

Karenjit Kaur trailer shows how Sunny Leone the girl-next-door became Sunny leone the adult star and eventually a Bollywood actor

At the time of filing the report, the trailer of the web series, which portrays her unconventional life choices, amassed 3.5 million views.

The trailer that gives us an insight of the actress opens up with the present-day Sunny Leone sitting on a green room with a background voice that says that people have equally loved and hated her in India.

Sunny Leone has been India's most Googled celebrity for the last couple of years but there must be only a few who might know her life story. While Sunny herself played her part for the later part, her younger version is played by United Kingdom actress Rysa, and her husband Daniel Weber's part is played by a South African actor. Also starring Raj Arjun, Karamvir Lamba, Bijay Jasjit Anand and Marc Buckner, the show will be premiered on July 16 on ZEE5.

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However, the trailer of the web series misses out on certain things which are known about the Jism actor.

Sunny Leone's controversial interview of 2016 also makes a significant part of Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone. Born Karenjit Kaur Vohra to Indian immigrants, the trailer shows her family in tough financial situations which encourages Leone to turn to the erotic entertainment industry.

Apparently, a biopic web-series is carved basing on the autobiography of Sunny Leone, titled "Karenjit Kaur" and the trailer of the film is taking the internet by a storm. "But once I started hearing about what the director and the production house wanted, I started having an interest in it".

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