Mumbai: The transformation of a small-town Canadian girl from Porn Star to Queen of one of the biggest film industry Bollywood, Sunny Leone is the subject of a revealing documentary ‘Mostly Sunny’ which will be telecaston 24th May at 21:00 hrs on Discovery Channel, Discovery HD World, TLC, TLC HD World.
Mostly Sunny is a portrait of Karenjit Kaur Vaura who was born into an immigrant Sikh family in the gritty industrial city of Sarnia, Ontario. Rejecting the strict moral code of her culture, she stumbled into the world of pornography (after she shifted, along with her family to Orange County, California) where she adopted the name Sunny Leone, was crowned “Penthouse Pet of the Year” and became a mega-star in adult films.
Directed by filmmaker/photojournalist Dilip Mehtaand Produced by Craig Thompson, Mostly Sunny catches up with Sunny Leone in the midst of the most audacious career shift anyone could imagine. How would India, the land of her parent’s birth, welcome a former porn star into the sacrosanct world of Bollywood?
“The story of Sunny Leone is fascinating because it touches on so many relevant and conflicting themes,” says Director Dilip Mehta. “On one hand it’s an immigrant story – but a story unlike any other. At the same time, it’s a reflection of how in India, culture and religion continue to be a source of conflict with the ‘Western’ way of life’.