Sunny Leone defends reality tv shows

Adult movie star turned Bollywood actress who has been mostly associated with reality television show like “Bigg Boss” and MTV’s “Splitsvilla” has said that it is wrong to say that these shows are scripted.

Leone who got fame from movies like “Mastizaade” says that these program getting popular on small screens and grabbing headlines at the moment from the audience. The actress added that reality shows are based on the reality, so it is completely wrong to say that such program has been added masala in it to grab popularity.

“I love reality televisions. I know a lot of people think it is all scripted, it is not. Some of the most outrageous moments, we have no idea that they are going to happen,” Sunny Leone told during an interview to a news agency.

“We don’t know the choices people are going to make. The choices end up sharing a lot of what the show turns out,” she added.

Leone who is again returning as the host of the show for ninth addition of “Mtv Splitsvilla”.

“I thought the concept was really very great. I am a pro women anyway. It has been interesting to see how the boys on the dhow responded to these powers. We also did have moments where we thought the young ladies were taking advantages of their powers.,” she added.

Sunny Leone is doing her third show in continuation of “MTV’s Splitsvilla” series.

“Mtv Splitsvilla” will have 15 boys, who will act like warriors and they will try to attract six girls who will be their on show as princesses.

The actress who got fame from her the movie like Ragini MMS 2″ has recalled her memories and said that during her debut on the reality show she was bit nerves.

“The first year i was really very nervous. I didn’t understand how it works. I enjoyed following the shows but getting to certain things, like the way you say a few things in Hindi, that part was a little unnerving.”

The Mtv Splitsvilla” is going to telecast on June 11th. This show is based on America’s dating reality show “Flavor of Love”, Now Sunny Leone will be accompanied with Rannvijay Singh as her co-host.