When Bollywood’s two superstars Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan share screen space together, it is pure madness. Fans remain glued to their TV screens with their fingers continuously on their smartphones, expressing love for the stars in 140 characters.
On Sunday, the Bigg Boss 10 episode was no different. Both SRK and Salman had a gala time together, reminding the fans of the bonhomie they shared in 1995 blockbuster Karan Arjun. But there was someone else who stole the limelight: Sunny Leone. Well, do I need to introduce her at all. Sunny was at the show which acted as a launchpad for her into the tinsel town of Bollywood. Isn’t it nostalgic to be back at your ‘alma mater’ as a celebrity guest? Whoaa! She participated in the fifth season of the reality show and there was no looking back then. And Sunny ensured that she will not be bogged down with the presence of both the Khans.
Instead, she just stole the limelight. The actor who features in the chartbuster song Laila in upcoming Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Raees, just left the viewers awestruck with her Hindi. She dared SRK and Salman to enact a scene from the iconic 1975 film Deewar, and how cute it was. Both the bigwigs happily obliged.
Actors from outside India often face difficulties while conversing in Hindi. An A-lister like Katrina Kaif continues to remain at the crosshairs of critics for not being well-versed in the language even after spending 12 years in the industry. But Sunny refused to live with the stereotype. It seems she has worked hard on getting the nuances of the language, which was evident in the appearance she has made in reality shows of late. Just see this:
Sunny has often faced crude jibes from several sections from across the society, who mostly pinpoint at her past background as an adult film star. However, as her improvement in speaking Hindi suggests, the actor is not ready to let criticism get the better of her. Just see how pretty she looked on Bigg Boss 10.
And how can you miss the popular Laila song which has become a rage these days?
Way to go Sunny, keep working hard.