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Porn star Sunny Leone believes in safe sex


Wonder Woman: The excitement around Sunny Leone’s ‘Jism 2’ slated to released on August 3, is growing day by day.

The film directed by Pooja Bhatt and starring Randeep Hooda and Arunoday Singh is full of hot and steamy scenes. But an interesting piece of information that we stumbled upon revealed that Sunny had reservations to enact those scenes!

No, it was not because she had any issues doing raunchy scenes but she insisted on knowing the HIV status of her co-stars!

As per a news source the porn star hell bent on seeing HIV medical certificates of both Randeep and Arunoday.

Talking to the tabloid, a source said, “Before Sunny was to join the cast and crew to shoot her portions, she sent an e-mail to Pooja Bhatt demanding a medical certificate of Randeep and Arunoday with whom she was scheduled to shoot lovemaking sequences. She also sent her own medical certificate.

She was convinced only when Pooja Bhatt explained it to her that the film wouldn’t require her to make love with her co-stars on screen and hence there wouldn’t be any need to provide HIV certificates.

“Pooja Bhatt then told her that this was not the norm in Bollywood unlike for the adult films that Sunny does. The director also explained to her that she would not require to film sequences that she normally shoots for her adult films,” added the source.

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