‘Baby doll main sone di…oh baby doll main sone di’…..Sounds similar right?!! The flashing lights, enormous sets, the foot-tapping beat and within all that the thing that enthralls us the most is the impeccably beautiful and sizzling girl dancing with so much ease and perfection.
Well yes, that’s Karenjit Kaur…Sounds unfamiliar?!! In more clear-cut terms, grab your chance to meet Sunny Leone, India’s most Googled celebrity for the last couple of years. Now, to delve deep, the audience has known her attached to the glitz and glamour industry. This time to acquaint people with her journey from being a girl-next-door to a Bollywood star now, and to reveal the true ‘Karenjit’ hidden behind the glam doll, Sunny is all set to release her biopic Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone. Also, before this much-awaited story hits the screens from July 16, the trailer of the web series gives us insights into the life of the actor.
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This two-minute-long trailer begins with present-day Leone sitting in a green-room, prepping for an interview. Her next introduction states her as the actress who is very much loved in India but also subjected to equal hatred. Soon, the trailer delves into the flashback, into Leone’s childhood showing her as a young Punjabi girl in Canada who takes her religion seriously and is bullied in the process. 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. The trailer also gives a glimpse of the time when Sunny Leone was the ‘Pet’ for March 2001 at the age of 19 for men’s magazine Penthouse.
The next part shows Leone as the bread earner, providing a handsome income for the family while her parents get nervous about where all the money is coming from. She then confronts her parents for a one-on-one talk and reveals her secret. Leone’s bond with her brother Sundeep is the next part of the trailer, which ends with a reference to her controversial 2016 interview that was criticized for being sexist. Sunny plays herself in the film and Rysa Saujani, 14, essays her younger version.