The actress apparently demanded to see medical certificates of her co-stars Randeep Hooda and Arunoday Singh before agreeing to shoot intimate scenes with them.
Ever since Sunny Leone signed the dotted lines for Pooja Bhatt’s upcoming film co-starring Randeep Hooda and Arunoday Singh, she has consistently made headlines.
This will be her first Bollywood film, and buzz is that before shooting for the project, Sunny put a condition in front of Pooja. Apparently, the adult film actress demanded to see medical certificates of both her co-stars.
A source close to the film says, “Before Sunny was to join the cast and crew to shoot her portions, she sent an e-mail to Pooja demanding a medical certificate of Randeep and Arunoday with whom she was scheduled to shoot lovemaking sequences.
In all fairness she also sent her own medical certificate. Basically, she wanted to make sure that she was not going to shoot with anyone who had any life threatening disease (Read HIV).”
The source explains, “Pooja Bhatt then told her that this was not the norm in Bollywood unlike for the adult films that Sunny does. The director also explained to her that she would not require to film sequences that she normally shoots for her adult films.”
Finally, apparently no such medical certificate was shown to Sunny. The source states, “No one is aware what exactly happened and how Pooja convinced her.” We wonder what Randeep and Arunoday had to say about this surprising demand. Pooja Bhatt remained unavailable for comment.
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