Actress Sunny Leone, who is in the best phase of her life personally and professionally, says she enjoys having a small circle of friends.
In her seven-year journey in Hindi filmdom, Sunny has created a name for herself. She often used to talk about being judged in the past. Does she still feel the same?
"I have created a niche for myself with my own set of friends. I don't really get out and party, so the circle is limited. I don't know if I am yet judged, but back then also I was in a happy space and so am I now," Sunny told IANS in an email interview.
She married Daniel Weber in 2011, and together, they have three children. The couple adopted a girl child, Nisha, in 2017 from Latur and announced the birth of her twins Noah and Asher via surrogacy last year.
Sunny finds it a little tough to maintain a balance between motherhood and work.
"I have seen many parents maintain a balance. It is harder in my case, because every day is different. But once you become a parent, you automatically start strategising your schedule.
"Looking at your child is the most beautiful feeling in the world. This is the best phase of my life," she said.
The 38-year-old actress made her Bollywood debut in 2012 with Jism 2 after which she featured in films like Ragini MMS 2, Ek Paheli Leela, Kuch Kuch Locha Hai, Mastizaade and One Night Stand.
Asked if she agrees stardom comes at a price, the former adult film star said: "I have been in the entertainment industry for 17 years, so at this point I don't know any different."
On the acting front, Sunny has been roped in for a horror-comedy titled Coca Cola.
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