Sunny Leone gets uncomfortable seeing children on the sets

Updated: 03 July, 2014 10:09 IST | Sonali Joshi Pitale |

Sunny Leone apparently demanded that kids leave the set before she could shoot for her upcoming item number 'Pink Lips' from 'Hate Story 2'

Earlier this week, Sunny Leone was shooting at Filmistan studio for the item number, Pink Lips, from Hate Story 2. Just when the camera was ready to roll, the actress refused to shoot as she saw a few kids present on the sets.

Sunny Leone
Sunny Leone 

A crewmember says, "We were supposed to shoot for three days. On day one, Sunny stepped out of her van wearing a short black and gold dress. But then she saw a few kids gathered on the sets and she refused to shoot in front of them."

It is being said that a production member allowed a bunch of 10-year-olds to gather on the sets and watch the shoot. "These children kept staring at her and it made her quite conscious and uncomfortable.

She was practicing her steps initially and once she saw them, she stopped. After calling out a team member, she covered herself in a long jacket. She then sat outside and told the film's crew that she would start shooting only if the kids left the set.

The production team tried to convince her but after almost half hour of discussion, they caved in and requested the parents to take their kids away. The kids were quite disappointed about not getting to see the shoot."

Sunny's husband Daniel Weber confirms the story. He says, "We always ask production teams to limit the number of people on the sets. Sunny can focus better when there are less people on the sets clicking photos of her during her shoot.

There is no need for 200 people to sit and watch the shoot; people can meet Sunny and take pictures after the shoot."

First Published: 01 July, 2014 08:07 IST

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