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'Have changed for better with motherhood'

Last year, Sunny along with her husband Daniel Weber surprised everyone by the announcement of adopting Nisha. Later, they extended their brood with sons – Noah and Asher via surrogacy.

Have changed for better with motherhood

Sunny Leone, who started off as an adult film star and ventured into Bollywood with Jism 2 in 2012, is right now in love with her life as it is unfolding.

She is not just managing a career, but also enjoying her time being a mother of three – something that has helped her change and evolve.

The Canadian-born Indian-American actor was named Penthouse Pet of the Year in 2003 and shifted her focus to mainstream acting in Hindi films with Jism 2.

Following it up with Ragini MMS 2, Ek Paheli Leela, Kuch Kuch Locha Hai, Mastizaade and Tera Intezaar, she made a mark in the industry.

Asked if she feels content when she looks back at her journey from Karenjit Kaur Vohra to Sunny Leone, she said, "Yes, because I love my life now."

Her life has inspired a digital platform series titled 'Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone'.

Last year, the actor, who is married to Daniel Weber, took everyone by surprise when she announced that she and her husband had adopted girl child named Nisha from a village in Latur. Another surprise came in March, when she shared that the two had extended their brood by including two more children – sons Noah and Asher – via surrogacy. Sunny, says motherhood has changed her.

"I have changed and evolved but I believe (it has happened) for the better. I look at all three of them and am completely, utterly in love with them," she said.

On being asked if her career will take a backseat with her three kids around her, she stated, "I believe I am the best mother I can be if I am working and spending time with them. I love my job and I hope my children grow up to be just as hardworking as my husband and I."

Ever since her debut in Bollywood, Sunny has faced flak, trolls and criticism. She finds it immature and not necessary. "I try to brush it off and move past the hate always. That will never change in me. But I am affected and more annoyed from time to time at the nonsense the media comes up with or random groups come up with. It is immature and not necessary," she said.

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