Adult star turned Bollywood actress Sunny Leoneās documentary titled Mostly Sunny will be available soon on Netflix, which has acquired the rights of the film.
The documentary by Dilip Mehta premiered recently at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this year.
"The movie's rights have been bought by Netflix worldwide and also by iTunes worldwide. And the release is going to happen pretty soon and on a grand scale. These are the platforms that are hugely successful in the West and have also started becoming popular in India. So I am sure that audiences will get to see the film everywhere across the globe pretty soon," revealed Dilip.
The director said he hopes that the film will appeal to a large audience in India.
"Mostly Sunny opened up to thunderous applause at TIFF. I am hoping the response will be even bigger here considering India is the country which made Sunny Leone who she is today. Mostly Sunny has got four screenings at MAMI - not even big films get four screenings at such a prestigious film festival."
However, Sunny herself seemed not too enthused with the film.
"I hope it (Mostly Sunny) doesn't come to India. Because that's not the story that is mine. This is somebody else's opinion, somebody else's vision. No one has a right to tell your life story except for you."