An interview of Canadian-Indian actress and producer Sunny Leone by senior Indian journalist Bhupendra Chaubey has been heavily criticised for being judgemental as well as misogynistic. Leone has been candid about her work in the adult entertainment industry in the US, before making an appearance in Bigg Boss , the Indian version of the reality TV show Big Brother in , which became her stepping stone to a Bollywood career. I asked you if there was one thing that you regret. If I could turn the clock back, would you still do what you did? At other points, he interrogated Leone about the inhibitions that other actors had about working with her:.
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She is a former pornstar. She has also used the stage name Karen Malhotra. She has played roles in independent mainstream events, films, and television series. In , she participated in the Indian reality television series Bigg Boss. She also has hosted the Indian reality show Splitsvilla.
She answered his questions with spectacular poise and was applauded for it. Read: Journalist tried to target Sunny Leone on her past and this is how she won hearts. In her most recent interview with Femina, Sunny opened about her experience being practically interrogated about her past. So however he tries to portray me, that is what people are going to believe. I am, however, beyond surprised that people saw and felt what I was feeling.
A clip from Bhupendra Chaubey's interview with Sunny Leone surfaced a couple of days ago. It was an excerpt from a 20 minute interview, but it was enough to make a lot of people cringe. It was also enough for people to say that if they had been in Sunny's position, they would've walked out, or maybe even slapped Chaubey for his clearly misogynistic and regressive questions, which were topped by his obnoxious, wannabe-Arnab manner with which he conducted the interview, barely letting her answer in his haste to attack her with his disgusting views, not-so-subtly disguised as questions.