Mumbai, July 26 -- After only three Bollywood films, Sunny Leone seems to have mastered the tricks of the trade - you just can't catch her off-guard anymore. Apart from full-fledged roles, the 33-year-old is frequently seen in item numbers, and being tagged as an item girl doesn't bother her.
"So what if I'm being tagged as an item girl? It's not like that's the only thing I'm doing. I am shooting back-to-back for movies this year and the next, so if something interesting comes up in between, something that I have always wanted to do or if offers come from people with whom I've always wanted to work with, why should I not accept them?" asks Sunny.
"Kal kya hoga (what's to unfold), you never know, so I am lapping up whatever good opportunity is coming my way. This is my job, so why not make the most of it?" says Sunny.
The Canadian adult film actor started out in India with reality TV in 2011, and debuted in Bollywood with Pooja Bhatt's film, Jism 2 (2012). This year, she delivered a hit with Ekta Kapoor's Ragini MMS 2.
Recently, in an interview, Leone had revealed that while she's enjoying her stint here, her past is something she cannot escape. "However, I don't let myself be bogged down by trivial matters. I'm hopeful that people's perceptions will change, gradually. I'm doing my job with integrity. For me, it's a big thing to be working in the same industry as Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan and Priyanka Chopra. I'm living my dream," she says.