By Hindustan Times
Adult star-turned-actor, Sunny Leone, who recently made her Bollywood debut with Jism 2, doesn’t want to stay in hotels during her occasional stays in Mumbai anymore. A source close to her reveals that she is in the middle of a house hunt and wants to have her home set up before she starts her
second film, the Ragini MMS (2011) sequel.
“Sunny was staying at the Hyatt Regency, Sahar, while shooting Jism 2 and was put up at the JW Marriott, Juhu, later,” adds the source, about the actor, who has just flown back to Los Angeles. Sunny says, “Even if it’s a temporary arrangement, I am keen to find a place on my next visit to Mumbai. I don’t want to travel with six suitcases every time I come here. I really want to have a place that I can call home.”
Sunny holds dual citizenship (USA and Canada) and an OCI (Overseas Citizenship of India) card, which is considered a ‘lifelong India visa’. This enables her to buy or rent property in the country. However, she is uncertain about how soon she will be able to own a house. “I’ll be back in September to look for a house between Bandra and Juhu,” she says.