Revealed! Sunny’s bedroom scene in ‘Jism 2′.
Sunny Leone, who lost weight and is now looking like a million bucks in her debut Bollywood film Jism 2, has done a steamy bedroom scene. After the stunning photo shoot of Sunny for the film, Director Pooja Bhatt has now tweeted Sunny’s bedroom scene from the film.
Covered in a white sheet, loose hair and dark eyes, Sunny is looking seductively into the camera while sitting on the bed.
Pooja Bhatt tweeted: “Sneak peek from the #Jism2 editing suite to whet your appetites just a little bit! ; )”.
With the look of it, the stunner is sure raising the heat and her fans are asking for more.
She has also bagged her second Bollywood film. The porn star will star in Ekta Kapoor’s sequel of the 2011 crossover horror hit, Ragini MMS.
“We’ve signed the sexy @ SunnyLeone for Ragini MMS 2. Lunched with her recently and thought she was remarkably rooted & warm!” confirmed Tanuj Garg, CEO, Balaji Motion Pictures, on Twitter.
Sunny is currently shooting in Thailand for her much-hyped debut film. She said yes to Ekta for Ragini MMS 2 just before flying off to Thailand after a detailed meeting to thrash out details of the Balaji project.
Sources at Balaji said that although Sunny’s casting is final, the rest of the cast and crew will be announced only after a while. The film goes on floors later this year and is scheduled for release in 2013.
I am dating Siddharth Roy Kapoor: Vidya Balan.
National award winning actress Vidya Balan has finally come out about her relationship with UTV head Siddharth Roy Kapoor but says she is in no hurry to get married to him.
“I don’t have any plans yet… and there is no engagement ring yet. It’s a while away and I am in no hurry. But it’s on my mind and there is a plan at some point. There is someone in my life,” Vidya told PTI.
When asked whether she is dating the UTV movies honcho, Vidya said, “I will admit that I am dating him but not beyond that.” The Dirty Picture star, 34, who has been recently appointed as a Bollywood Ambassador of Victoria, was here to promote the Indian Film Festival in Melbourne commencing from June 11.
Asked about her take on Rakhi Sawant’s claim to appear as a better lead role in a Bengali version of The Dirty Picture, Vidya said, “I did my best and I am sure if she (Rakhi) brings her own originality to the portrayal of Silk, it will be great and I will be more than happy to watch her.”
Clad in beautiful white saree with black embroidered border, Vidya admitted that she was a bit apprehensive about how her parents would react to her portrayal of South siren Silk Smitha in the film.
“I was finally relieved after my father came during the interval and said that he could only see Silk rather than Vidya. There is no bigger compliment for me than that,” she said.
“Dirty Picture was a life time opportunity for me as an actress. It was an opportunity not to be missed also because it was completely out of my comfort zone. But it did take lot of time for me decide about the role,” she added.
“The most encouraging part of doing this role has been that people now think that I am capable of doing this kind of a film,” she said, adding that she was highly satisfied after knowing that her performance in the film was seen as everything but sleazy.
Vidya, who was brought up in Mumbai in a middle class south Indian family, said she always dreamt of becoming an actress and do various roles. “I don’t want to be the kind of girl I am on screen, because off screen I am Vidya Balan and on screen I want to play different people.”
While unmarried men over the age of, say, 40, aren’t looked upon with pity — as some single women archaically still are — maybe they should be, suggests a report from WABC in New York on Thursday.
According to the local station, men who’ve avoided settling down may be less desirable to women than those who have already taken the marital plunge — then divorced.
I’m typically wary of sweeping generalizations, especially when it comes to telling women what kind of man they should be dating. Though, given how prevalent and accepted divorce is, it makes sense that women today may be less inclined to see a man’s previous relationship as cause for concern — or get turned off by the idea of him having too much “baggage.”
In fact, they might even see some perks to dating a divorced man, as 30-year-old Melanie Berliet, who was quoted by ABC News, has experienced firsthand. The divorced man she is currently dating has “learned from mistakes,” she says.
Los Angeles-based dating coach Lauren Frances agrees that this is one of the upsides to dating man who has already been married. “Dating a divorcé is like dating a self-walking dog,” she says. “There’s a kind of sharing that people who have been married have learned how to do, that a serial monogamist or a guy who is chronically single won’t learn.”
In my opinion, a previously married man certainly has two key qualities that many women look for in their future husband: 1) previous desirability as a marital partner, and 2) a proven capacity for commitment.
“With men over 35 who have never been married, there tends to be more incidence of both commitment issues and other psychological complications that will make it difficult for that man to have or sustain a marriage,” says New York-based psychotherapist Michael Batshaw. “Conversely, men who are divorced after 35, were married for some time and seem interested in a long-term relationship are a much better risk as a future husband.”
However, Batshaw notes that “there are always outliers.” So, while ABC’s story asks a catchy question– Is divorced the new single? — the argument that a divorcé is a more suitable potential partner than an eternal bachelor isn’t so black and white.