What is Sunny Leone's real name?

glamsham.com editorial
Glamsham30 April 2012
What is Sunny Leone's real name?

Glamsham Editorial

A new controversy has erupted over adult film sensation Sunny Leone! And once again it's over her name!


Until now, it was said that the Canadian adult film star's real name was Karen Malhotra. But latest findings have revealed that it is Karenjit Kaur Vohra. This has been ascertained on various websites which have carried a picture of her passport sporting her actual name from childhood.


It is also said that her surname 'Leone' was coined from 'lioness' because she is a Punjabi Kaur. Taking off on this fact, Bollywood PR guru Dale Bhagwagar remarked, "A lioness is a lioness, whether you call her a Kaur Vohra, Malhotra of Leone. After all, what's in a name? It's the mindset, intelligence, intellect and personality that make a gritty lady what she is. And Brand Sunny Leone has that grit in abundance."


For the record, Sunny who participated in Bigg Boss Season 5, will now be seen in Pooja Bhatt's JISM 2 and is also speculated to star in Ekta Kapoor's sequel to RAGINI MMS.


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