With Webseries and digital movies making big movie, all stars are racing to bang one for themselves. However, Sunny Leone is ahead on this race with her 3rd Season of her biopic coming live soon. Under the banner of ZEE5 which has set- April 5, 2019 release date for the third and final season of its tentpole property, Karenjit Kaur – The Untold Story of Sunny Leone, it revealed in a new trailer recently.
Her life hasn’t been easy or hot as it looks on the screen. She has gone to her share of problems and hardship, which no one is aware of. Moreover, to uncover the image of a pornstar turned actress and a easy entire in bollywood, the biopic answers it all. The show stars Leone as herself, alongside South African model Marc Buckner as her future husband Daniel Weber, and Bijay J. Anand and Grusha Kapoor as her parents. Karenjit Kaur – The Untold Story of Sunny Leone season 3 will cover the remaining years of her life, including the ones spent in India.
With the demanding schedule of Bollywood, MTV shows and the Biopic, Sunny manages to give ample time to family and her adopted 3 kids. She lately got viral with the news of her topping the list of Engineers exam in Bihar with 98.3%. Which she gladly laughed out on saying “The other me is scoring well”. This issue become highly controversial and is getting investigated if someone has given the exam under a fake name.
The news agency quoted Mr Jha, saying fake applications would be cancelled during the counselling process.
He further said that it cannot be confirmed if Sunny Leone was a fake candidate as there could be many people with same names.
“The result is still not out. We had put out vacancy for Junior Engineer post. A lot of people have applied for it. Right now we have just put up these names on the government website. If anyone has any kind of objection then they can speak about it.He added, “This does not mean these people have been selected. We will soon start the counselling process.
All the candidates will be asked to appear with their documents. He, however, acknowledged that some people might have filed fake applications.