Dorr to cash in Sunny Leone’s growing popularity in India
No sooner did Sunny Leone catapult to popularity by joining the Bhatt camp for her debut in Bollywood with ‘Jism 2’ than the Phillipines-based actor-filmmaker Stegath Dorr decided to cash in her popularity in India by releasing his adult film starring Sunny and Black Shama here.
The film is based on an old-fashioned ghost story about abrasive pro-am bird photographers arousing the vengeful spirit of a medieval Malay witch doctor on sacred land. Sunny plays a Canadian-Sikh professional female photographer Jenny Singh in this film and it has been shot in Cebu, Philippines. However, the reaction of the Indian censor board to some brutal molestation-murder sequences is yet to be seen.
Sunny’s growing popularity in India has also helped the revival of Dorr’s first film with Sunny — Pirates’ Blood which was shot at South star Mohanlal’s studio in Kerala in 2008. Dorr says, “A couple of weeks ago, I was contacted by Gulab Premkumar and was requested to return to India to shoot additional scenes for the film in order to re-release it.”