Sunday, 5 August 2012


Sunny Leone was born on 13 May 1981. The doctors must have looked at her and said “She will be a STAR one day.” And she is! Possibly, one of the most famous stars in India.

Her effigies were burned in Amritsar and posters of Jism 2 were torn down in Mumbai. Why? Because jism 2 is promoting a porn star. Because erotica is against our culture. It goes against our ethics to watch something like that on screen. But i got confused. Which culture were these guys trying so desperately to protect? Our? The Hindu culture? The same culture which promoted casteism, sati, polygamy, child marriages, female infanticide and honour killings? If yes then- HAHA! 

We got good, energetic guys wasting their times trying to ban sunny and Jism 2 instead of doing something constructive. If you have a problem with the movie, don’t watch it! I don’t see them trying to shut down the Indian porn industry. 

And is trying to ban Jism 2 really working out? The movie released on august 3 and made lot of box office collections.  What they did just promoted the film and helped with the publicity.
The reason why everyone bought the tickets to Jism 2 was Sunny’s “performance’. Everyone was disappointed. Why-
Times of India - Srijana Mitra Das' Rating: 3.5
Jism-2 is a sexy movie - but it's not as dirty a picture as you might expect. Surprisingly, Jism-2 hovers over sex, like a butterfly gliding across one of the many water pools the movie features. The few times the film does jump in, it lands in the shallow end.

So if you want to see her performance, there are other ways. If you know what i mean.

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