Really? Sunny Leone wants to compete with Kim Kardashian?

| Monday, July 6, 2015 - 18:57
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Sunny Leone wants to compete with Kim Kardashian?

Former porn star Sunny Leone who started her Bollywood career with her sting in controversial reality show Bigg Boss is back to host the eighth season of another reality show Splitsvilla. (Also Read: Former porn star Sunny Leone feels haunted by her past?)

The ‘Ek Paheli Leela’ actress was chosen to host the popular show on MTV last year because of her immense popularity and this year, the diva has yet another time been selected to host the show along with Rannvijay Singh. (Also Read: FIR filed against Sunny Leone for promoting obscenity)

Speaking on the same, 34-year-old actress expressed, “Bigg Boss has played a big role in shaping my future and there are many in India who still knows me because of that show. It’s all because of Bigg Boss and Salman Khan and there support that I am here today.” (Also Read: Here are 15 things you should know about the adult actress)

The love-saga on the television, Splitsvilla will see the actress hosting the show as well as playing the mentor of the contestants. “I tell all the boys on the show that chivalry, respect and loving a woman are the three most important qualities. When the boys misbehave with women or don’t treat them right, I am always reprimanding them,” she was quoted in a media report.

Ahead of joining the television bandwagon, Leone was associated with American television shows. “I love reality shows and I have been watching them since forever. 

If I was single and a lot younger, I would absolutely love to be in Splitsvilla. In fact, I would love to be a part of a show like Keeping Up With The Kardashians. If shot right and presented well, I am open to it,” Sunny added.

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