‘People don’t correct my Hindi as they find it cute’
She has been around in the film industry for quite some time now and actor Sunny Leone says the only issue which bothers her is that people don’t correct her Hindi.
The Mastizaade star, who is all geared up to start filming her next with Arbaaz Khan in August, is working on getting her diction right.
“It (the film) is a romance story and I am very excited for it. My Hindi classes have started too. I know a lot of Hindi.. I am very happy that I can have conversations, understand everything, though people think I don’t understand,” Leone said.
“But what happens is, when I speak Hindi no one corrects it. I get confused with using masculine when its feminine. I didn’t know a script was feminine, so that’s something which naturally comes when you are born and raised here,” she added.
The 35-year-old actor she is glad she has a tutor now who is looking after that.“People don’t correct me because they think ‘Oh how cute’. I wish people would correct me because that’s how I would learn. Now I have a teacher who corrects everything I say which is refreshing.”
After her debut film Jism 2, Leone went on to work in several movies like Jackpot, Ragini MMS 2 and Ek Paheli Leela and will now be see in an item song in Shah Rukh Khan starrer Raees. While the Rahul Dholakia film was supposed to release this Eid, it got pushed and will now release in January next year.
Leone, however, is not sad that the film’s release got delayed and feels everything happens for a reason. “I am not sad that Raees has been pushed. I believe everything happens for a reason. There are a lot of factors which determine a film’s release.“It depends on producers, actors, how do they think the movie is going to do this weekend versus the other weekend. So when it is supposed to release, it will release and god willing it will be amazing.”
Meanwhile, the Pakistan Censor Board is reportedly set to ban the song featuring Leone in Raees. However, the Daily Times reported on Sunday that there was no confirmation of this report.