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Sunny Leone may star in Ekta Kapoor's web series based on Kamasutra 
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Sunny Leone may star in Ekta Kapoor's web series based on Kamasutra 

| @indiablooms | 25 Sep 2019, 07:05 pm

Mumbai: Bollywood actress Sunny Leone might soon be seen playing the lead role in a web series based on Kamasutra, media reports said.

According to Mid Day, Sunny and Ekta Kapoor have been in talks over the issue for the past few months now.

 "Sunny has heard the outline of the show and has agreed in principle to be part of it. The two have earlier successfully collaborated for Ragini MMS 2 (2014) and Ekta is convinced that the actor is the right person for the role," source told Mid Day.

Kamasutra had earlier inspired the making of several movies.

In 1996, Mira Nair's directed movie Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love was released. It featured actors Rekha, Indira Varma, and Naveen Andrews.
 
Sunny, who has spent seven years in the film industry, recently told Hindustan Times, “I love working here. I have met some really nice people, some whom I got know a little bit, some not so much. The ones I have met here and there have been very nice. I think we all live in our own bubbles. Actors and actresses don’t exactly make, and I include myself in this statement, the greatest of friends because we are always so busy working, travelling, doing so many different things.”
 

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