Sunny Leone Once Turned Down The Offer Of A Role In 'Game Of Thrones'. Here's Why

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Sunny Leone revealed that she was once offered a role in the popular web series, 'Game Of Thrones'

Written By Athulya Nambiar | Mumbai | Updated On:

In a recent interview with an online portal, actress Sunny Leone made an interesting revelation about herself. The actress said that she was once offered a role in the popular television series 'Game Of Thrones'. 

Talking about the incident, the 'Ragini MMS 2' actress said that she had once received a call from a person who offered her a role in the popular fictional drama series. Sunny Leone said that she was excited and could not believe that she was being offered a role. However, the actress turned down the offer. Talking about turning down the offer, she said that the offer turned out to be a fake after following the IMDB link sent to her by the person on the phone. 

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Meanwhile, the actress is in a very happy space in both her professional and personal life. In July, Sunny Leone had released the first season of her biopic web series, in which she plays herself. She has narrated her life story through two seasons of the series, from her teenage years to entering the porn industry to landing in Bollywood. She has also shown her family and her meeting with her now-husband Daniel Weber.   

The second season of the web series released on September 18. Leone had recreated her marriage with Daniel Weber on screen and released the wedding music video ahead of the release on season 2. 


On the other hand, Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber are happy parents to three children. They had adopted their daughter Nisha in 2017 from Latur, and welcomed their twin babies earlier this year, through surrogacy. 




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