Well it is known to every one that Canadian porn star Sunny Leone is a well settled porn movie star back in the US, Now days she is looking for entry into Indian filmindustry.As she is planning to act in Mahesh Bhatt's upcoming film Jism 2 which is a continuation to the 2003 sexy thriller Jism.Its very common that Mahesh Bhatt who definetly expects Sunny Leone to go nude or do some intensely bold scenes in this film.
As per the updates, Mahesh Bhatt is looking forward Sunny Leone to get nude for the Jism 2.
On Tuesday afternoon,the filmmaker and her father Mahesh Bhatt carried pictures to demonstrate how exactly they wanted Sunny to feature in the opening scene of the film, reports Mumbai Mirror.
Pooja’s company, Fisheye Network has done a photo shoot with an unidentified model in the nude lying down under transparent sheets.According to the filmmakers, this picture, eventually shot with Sunny will become the first look of the film.
Mahesh Bhatt and Pooja Bhatt were seen having a rather animated conversation with Sunny, with the elder Bhatt explaining the scenes and the script.
Sunny,too,looked rather excited about the project.
Though Sunny has no qualms about shedding clothes, the actress has still not signed the film.
“The contract is being readied.The modalities are being fast worked out.So far so good.Pooja and Sunny are on the same page,”said Mahesh Bhatt.
And just in case Sunny fails to be a part of the project,according to sources in the industry,Mallika Sherawat is the second choice.
A source close to the film said: “The Jism poster with Bipasha Basu’s honey coated legs became the talk of the town nine years ago.The poster of Jism 2 has been readied.The final poster will be readied with the actress who eventually signs the film.”
Meanwhile,Pooja has shown the current poster to many A-list stars in film business.
“They were stunned by the aesthetics and sheer audacity of the design,”revealed the source.
According to the filmmaker Pooja Bhatt "As the actress would be in a creative and watchful hands that there is no reason an actress from a film industry should be worried about a continuation to Jism"