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Youth-based reality shows both difficult and fun: Sunny Leone


Sunny Leone.

As Sunny Leone kicked off the new season of youth-based reality show “Splitsvilla,” the actress on why it is the most exciting genre to pull off. She says non-fiction is always difficult to shoot and perform as one has to be themselves and that’s the most challenging and most fun thing to do. With the new season in Goa, she tells us that this is the toughest genre to shoot.

The actress is soon going to star opposite Vishnu Manchu in the upcoming Pan-India film “Ginna.” From shooting a multilingual film to doing an action packed web series, the actress has done it all in 2022. But what turned out to be the most thrilling for her is “Splitsvilla.” Revealing the reason, she said: “At its core, this reality show is about love, longing and heartbreak.

To see young people go through that journey is both heartening and sometimes tough to judge. Human beings are flawed by nature and so when we show these real emotions on screens, even as judges we find it hard to gauge who is right and who is wrong.” She added: “Moreover, every year, the attempt to do something unexpected and keep the conversations fresh.

The whole team endeavours to retain the snazziness of the show and blend it with genuine emotions. Non-fiction is always difficult to shoot and perform. You have to be yourself and sometimes that’s the most challenging and most fun thing to do.” Meanwhile, Sunny is making headlines also for her Tamil debut with “Oh My Ghost,” opened up about the challenges of striking a balance between professional life and motherhood.

Looking at the flexibility in dance moves and expressions of “DID Super Moms” contestant Sadika on the romantic track “Kuch Na Kaho” from the 1994 movie “1942: A Love Story,” Sunny was full of appreciation for her and she was also amazed to hear that just after a few months of delivering a baby she came to perform on the stage. Sunny said: “I am really surprised and curious to know how you manage to practice and work with such a small child, that too after just a few months of your delivery.

There are several mothers who take so much time to bounce back to their normal life, but you came back to work so soon.” She further shared that being a mother of three, she knew how tough it is to properly coordinate between work-life and also perform the duties of a mother. “I, as a mother, know that it is difficult to be a working mother, and I have three children.

After I turned into a mother, I had to strike a balance between work and my children too and some days, it used to get difficult. I know how much you have to care for such a small child, along with rehearsals and everything, so it’s really commendable. You truly are a wonderful mother,” she added.

Indo-Asian News Service


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