New Delhi, April 18 -- For actor Sunny Leone, the toughest thing is to meet people's expectations. The 33-yearold says that while her producers and directors have faith in her, and she finds that encouraging, sometimes it scares her.
"I feel that the toughest thing for an actor is to try to meet everyone's expectations. People cast you as the lead actor in their films as they have faith in you. So much money is invested in the film and sometimes the pressure to deliver is a lot," says the actor.
Sunny, who made her Bollywood debut in 2012 with Jism 2, says that she feels that her acting abilities have only improved with each film.
"I know that I have grown as an actor. Of course, my fans and critics can tell better, but I feel that attending acting workshops and being a part of different films has been a wonderful learning process," says Sunny, who has starred in films such as Ragini MMS 2 (2014) and the recently released Ek Paheli Leela.
The actor also says that she has never been bothered by competition. "I believe in competing with myself. I feel that there is enough space for everyone in the industry and we must not bother ourselves by trying to see what the others are working on," she says.
The actor adds that even after all these years, a film release still scares her. "I am nervous and scared about what will happen. I feel that other actors, too, get nervous. I am still trying to find my foothold in the industry and I know that I want to be here for long. So this is what makes it scary at times," she says.