She is the queen of controversies, from what she says to what she wears, anything and everything attracts controversies.
She is none other Sunny Leone!
The former adult actress, who has now acted in several Bollywood movies, is one of the most searched celebrities on Google.
Now, she is in news again, thanks to the latest buzz of her â€˜Mastizaadeâ€™ which was supposed to be one of the boldest sex comedies of the year. The film which was slated to release onÂ May 1, didnâ€™t get clearance from the Censor Board which resulted in the delay of its release.
The makers of â€˜Mastizaadeâ€™ have approached a Film Certification Appellate Tribunal after a Censor Board deserted acceptance to a sex comedy for a second time.
The film was referred to a Boardâ€™s reworking cabinet (RC) for a final call as an examining row found it as an â€˜extremely boldâ€™ for Indian sensibilities.
‘Mastizaade’ is an adult comedy and the directorial debut of Milap Zaveri, who has previously written films such as ‘Grand Masti’ and ‘Ek Villain’.
It has been produced by Pritish Nandy and Rangita Pritish Nandy. Leone, a former adult star, plays the saucily named ‘Laila Lele’ and has previously been quoted as saying that this is her biggest movie so far.
Reportedly the film is loaded with sexual innuendo and the content of the film hasn’t gone down well with the authorities.
According to sources, â€œThe makers were expecting a Board to suggest several cuts, though were despondent when it undisguised refused to transparent a film. They were served a dual week backdated rejecting minute on May 28 and have found a Boardâ€™s reasons too groundless to digest.â€
The source adds that during a RC screening, a woman like presiding house member had endorsed an â€˜Aâ€™ certificate for a film along with some cuts instead of rejecting it altogether. However, her views were apparently not taken into consideration.
As of now, the decision over Mastizaade, directed by Milap Zaveri, starring Sunny Leone, Tusshar Kapoor and Vir Das in the lead, is still pending, awaiting a reply from the Tribunal. Â Â