A Canadian company may be making a documentary about Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber.
Indo-Canadian porn-star-turned-Bollywood-actress Sunny Leone and her husband have been approached to make a documentary on their lives.
Photo-journalist Dilip Mehta and his filmmaker sister Deepa Mehta will make the film but are waiting for an affirmation from the couple, reports the Times of India.
“Sunny and I have been approached regarding a documentary about our lives and have been in talks with a Canadian production company (Hamilton Mehta Productions) and Dilip Mehta. We will have more information about the shooting schedule in the next 30 days,” Leone’s husband Daniel Weber told the daily.
Leone is currently working on two Bollywood films – ‘Tina & Lolo’ and ‘Ragini MMS 2′, both scheduled for 2014 releases.
She made her Bollywood debut with ‘Jism 2′ and been welcomed with open arms by the industry, working on a number of projects since.
The documentary will touch on the aspiring Bollywood star’s life in Canada and Los Angeles before her turn to the Hindi film industry.
Leone (Karenjit Kaur Vohra) was born to Sikh parents in Ontario and scouted by Penthouse magazine photographer while studying to be a pediatric nurse.
The rest, as they say, is history.