I hope people change mindsets about my acting: Sunny Leone
Mumbai: Indo-Canadian adult film actress Sunny Leone, whose latest Bollywood project "Ragini MMS 2" has hit the screens, hopes that her performance in the movie will help people change their mindsets about her acting skills. "I don't know if I would be able to shut the mouth of those who criticize my acting, speak bad about me, but I hope they watch my this film and hopefully change their mind about my acting," Sunny told reporters here Friday at Gaiety Galaxy theatre, where she was present to seek audience's response to her film. Sunny made her Bollywood debut with erotica "Jism 2" in 2012, and then featured in "Jackpot" last year. While both the films failed to do decent business at the box office, her performance was hardly lauded. However, she feels that with "Ragini MMS 2", she has improved as an actor. "I believe that my acting in this film has got better. I am more comfortable now in front of the camera," Sunny said. Talking about the difficulty she faced while shooting the climax scene for the film, Sunny said: "I can't tell you what all I had to do to shoot that (climax) scene. My whole body was exhausted. "I didn't have a body double to do bends and all that stuff. I was bruised, cut and bleeding," she added. Meanwhile, "Ragini MMS 2", produced by Ekta Kapoor's Balaji Productions and directed by Bhushan Patel, has got a good start at the box office and Sunny has so far received a mixed response for her performance in the film.