Dilip Mehta’s extensively researched documentary on Sunny Leone ‘Mostly Sunny’ was premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday.
The 2-hour documentary celebrates Sunny Leone’s extraordinary journey from porn to dizzy heights of Bollywood.
According to reports, the film will make many revelations about Leone’s life as it has been prepared with the full approval and participation of Sunny and her husband Daniel Weber. However, the actress missed the premier.
According to reports, the documentary also talks about how Sunny Leone was sent to a Khalsa camp as a child.
It will highlight how Sunny remains “ostracised” by Sarnia’s Indo-Canadian community for the choice of her career.
According to the makers of the film, Sunny herself showed the team the familiar landmarks of her hometown but without interacting with anybody.
In an interview to Hindustan Times, Dilip said he sent a team to the gurdwara she worshipped at when young but its management called the police. Even friends and relatives of her parents refused to discuss her.
“A large part of their refusal stems from Sunny Leone’s choice of career,”he added.