Sunday, June 30, 2013

Tamanna Bhatia exotic photo shoot

Tamanna Bhatia's rare exotic photo shoot

Tamannaah Bhatia (born 21 December 1989) is an Indian film actress and model, who performs under the mononym Tamannaah and predominantly appears in South Indian cinema.

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Not ashamed of being a Porn star: Sunny Leone

(Here are notes from our interview with Sunny Leone)
AB: A lot has been happened to your career in Bollywood since we last spoke. How do you feel about the changes in your life and career?
Sunny Leone: This has been the most amazing transition that I could hope for. Being accepted and liked in another country is not something that happens all the time.

AB: How accepting has Bollywood been of you? Do you feel completely at home here?
Sunny Leone: Bollywood has been very accepting. I know there are people out there that don't like me but there are more people liking me so it doesn't bother me. I am very lucky that when I entered Bollywood I was coming with a fan-following already. And the Big Boss Season 5 show helped everyone else get to know me as a person. Moving to India from Hollywood was one of the easiest moves I have ever made. Effortless really.

AB: You performed an item song in Shootout At Wadala. How difficult was it for you to master all those filmy manoeuvres?
Sunny Leone: It was a challenge but I fortunately was working with one of the easiest choreographer Ahmed Khan and his team Karishma, Khalid and Bob. They made me feel so comfortable that is was able to relax and just dance. I was the child growing up that wanted to play football, hockey, basketball and so on, so this is a challenge for me to learn a whole new art. But something that I can promise anyone one I work with is that I am a fast learner and I work very very hard to get it right within the scope of my ability.

AB: You next project is Ekta Kapoor's Ragini MMS 2? How comfortable are you in the horror genre?
Sunny Leone: Honestly I loved working on this film. There is a lot of performance in this movie and a huge range of emotions and of course horror. I don't mind the idea of not looking pretty in every shot. To me this is my way of getting out of who I am and becoming someone completely different for the day. I'll be able to talk in more detail once the movie comes out.

AB: How much of the Indian film industry have you so far come to terms with?
Sunny Leone: I am not sure I fully understand this question. But I grew up in a typical Punjabi home and watched Hindi movies during my childhood. I understand Hindi and Punjabi and the Indian film industry is like every entertainment industry across the world. It all functions the same just in a different language. I have moved my whole world here and love this industry of Bollywood.

AB: Do you feel it's hard for an outsider like you to crack the Bollywood code?
Sunny Leone: I can't speak for someone else's experiences in life but for me because of my background and the fact that I have been in entertainment for 13years did give me the basic understandings of how things work. But also again I work very very hard and around the clock trying my hardest to learn everything that bollywood is. I'm not even sure if I have fully cracked the "code" but I have begun the process hopefully. It all depends on how my second, third and forth movie do. In all reality I have only made one movie that has been released to the world. It all depends on how the world accepts me in those movies to come.

AB: Have you left your days as an adult star behind? How do you look back on that experience?
Sunny Leone: Right now my whole focus is in Bollywood and nothing else. I believe I have been given the opportunity of a lifetime and I plan to keep my focus and energy here till the fans want me. If it wasn't for my past I would not be who I am. I am not ashamed of it because it has brought me here to India. If I came here as regular me with no entertainment experience then I would not be as popular as I am today with the public.