Nothing New, It Started When I Was 21: Sunny Leone On Receiving Criticism

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| April 2 , 2018 , 16:02 IST

Known for her bold choices and inspiring journey from an adult star to an establishing herself in Bollywood, Sunny Leone's life is not all about unicorns and rainbows but rather dark clouds. Ever since her arrival in India, the actress has faced ample amount of criticism which she has tackled with a brave face.

Being an NRI, Leone has been at the receiving end of hatred from the very beginning of her life. From mockery and name calling to disgusting brickbats, the actress has faced it all but everything got worse when she reached the age of 21, a stage where even her parents and brother failed to protect her.

Revealing about the heartbreaking criticism and much more she has received in her life, Sunny is all set is unveiled her biopic 'Karenjit Kaur - The Untold Story of Sunny Leone'. Coming from a middle-class Sikh family residing in Canada, the 36-year-old has come a long way, passing through the adult cinema.

"Many people have the misconception that people started criticising me when I decided to come to India, but that is not true. I started getting hate mails and criticism when I was around 21 years old. So it has nothing to do with the country, but society in general. That was the first time I faced real hatred," she said.

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The 'Baby Doll' fame admitted about being broken due to certain hate comments were thrown at her at an early age. She expressed, "At the age of 21 when you see people are saying really nasty things about you, it affects you so badly... I was vulnerable and broken from within emotionally."

While facing all the hate, the actress chose a path which any parent wouldn't want their child to walk but she has no regrets. "I went to a different direction that my parents did not want me to... But I want to say that I love my life the way it is and everything happens for a reason. I have no complaints."

In general, people hesitate in sharing their personal stories with the world but Sunny is well aware of the curiosity among the masses surrounding her life, so when the opportunity knocked her door, she took it. "Through this show, I am actually getting a chance to express myself, my real self," she admitted.

Sunny and her husband Daniel Weber recently became proud parents to not one but three children. While they adopted Nisha from an orphanage in Mumbai, their twin sons named Asher and Noah were born through surrogacy. As a mother, the actress wants all her children to the freedom of choice as they grow up.