Sunny Leone wants to romance Salman, Ranbir

Sunny Leone

Indo-Canadian actress Sunny Leone says she wants to romance Bollywood biggies Salman Khan and Ranbir Kapoor on-screen and also try her hands at comedy.

Sunny first made her appearance in TV reality show 'Bigg Boss 5' in 2011 and this led to her entry in Bollywood.

She made her debut in Hindi films with Jism 2 and will be next seen in Ragini MMS 2'. "It's been a year or so (in film industry) and I love being here. I am new to this industry, but I am open to doing romantic and comedy films. I want to romance both Salman and Ranbir. I want to act with both of them. I liked Bodyguard it was fun to watch Salman," she said.

The actress was talking to reporters here at a promotional event of Shootout at Wadala last evening. Sunny has done a special song, Laila, in the Sanjay Gupta-directed crime drama, which is loosely based on a police encounter that took place in Mumbai in 1982.

"I never thought I will be able to do this song. I was nervous, scared on the first day of shoot, but John (Abraham), Tusshar (Kapoor) and others were nice to me and it turned out to be the best experience I have had here till now," she said.

John, Tusshar, Kangna Ranaut, Anil Kapoor and Sonu Sood are playing lead roles in the film.

Tusshar, who was also present at the event, was full of praise for Sunny. "She has clarity of mind and thought. She had no tantrums. She is a combination of beauty and brains and is also a nice human being," he said.

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