Ahead of Tamil film release, Sunny says language not a barrier

That’s not all, her Tamil film Oh My Ghost is all set for a November release.
Sunny Leone
Sunny Leone

CHENNAI: Actress Sunny Leone, who has three films releasing in three different languages in a span of two months, says that good content has no barriers and that language is never a hurdle. While the actress’s Kannada film Champion has already hit the screens, the actress has a Telugu mass entertainer Ginna, opposite Vishnu Manchu, releasing on October 21.

That’s not all, her Tamil film Oh My Ghost is all set for a November release. What’s more, the actress is currently in Goa shooting for the next season of the popular reality show Splitsvilla in Hindi.

As the concept of pan-India films intensifies and the audience is fast lapping up south content, Leone, who had taken the leap of faith a while ago, has a first mover advantage in tapping into the south market.

Talking about it, the actress says, “I always believed that good content has no barriers and language is never a hurdle. I have always wanted to try new things. And it worked out - this month, my Kannada film Champion was released. Later this month, my film with Vishnu Manchu - Ginna - releases. Next month, my horror comedy in Tamil Oh My Ghost will release.

“I am never afraid to learn new things. It is crucial to make sure that I never stop trying to be versatile and show my range as an actor. It enables me to culturally learn different aspects of our diverse country and connect with a whole new audience.”

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