Sunny Leone: SRK and I have a few things in common

Sunny Leone has ‘associated’ with two Khan superstars — with Salman (as a Bigg Boss contestant) and Shah Rukh Khan (the item song in Raees) and has a promise from Aamir that he will work with her (following a televised interview where she was asked why none of the top actors will work with her). That brings her into a select list of actresses to have worked with all the Khans. Here she talks about them and more.
On Salman, SRK and Aamir
“Salman was the first Bollywood actor I met when I entered Big Boss. He was the first person to wish me luck. I feel very lucky and am so fortunate to have met all the three Khans and worked with Shah Rukh. If you ask me which is my favourite Khan, that is a very loaded question which I don’t want to answer (laughs). They are all amazing and I am so thankful to Shah Rukh for having me in his film and for everything that he has done for me. I can’t even begin to express my gratitude to him. I know this has changed the course of things… He has given me that. SRK and I have a few things in common like we train under the same trainer Prashant Sawant. Post the shoot, my husband Daniel and I sat with Shah Rukh and he told us stories about his experiences in the US, and his family and those were nice, genuine and real conversations.
On Urvashi Rautela’s song in Kaabil vs her item song in Raees
They are two totally different songs. People can probably compare them because they are releasing the same week. By the way, I think Urvashi looks absolutely gorgeous in the song. She’s a very nice girl!
On the Sunny Leone biopic
I am not really sure what the future will be if we shoot a film on my life. I would be happy and honoured if it did happen. If it happens, it’s good but if not, that’s fine, too. But it is not something that’s happening at this very moment.
On writing an autobiography
Few people have talked to me about it but it’s not something that I am interested in. Right now, there are too many things happening in my life and I am so focused and in my own world and life that I don’t think I have the time and patience to even think about a book.