Last Updated:

Sunny Leone's New Office Is Her Parking Lot Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

Sunny Leone recently posted an image on her social media where she talked about her new life during Coronavirus lockdown. Here are the details about it.

Sunny Leone

Sunny Leone is one of the most popular actors in Bollywood. She has been quite active on social media and the actor is seen posting many pictures during her quarantine. She has been spending time with her husband and also made sure that she entertains her fans. She has also created a page on Instagram that is 'Locked up With Sunny'. On this page, Sunny Leone goes live on Instagram with other celebrities during the lockdown. The actor also recently posted a picture on Instagram where she mentioned her new office during the lockdown.

Sunny Leone's new office during lockdown

The actor is standing in her parking lot in the image. She mentioned in the post that she had made it to her office to do some phone interviews but she is actually standing in her parking garage. She posted the image with laughing emojis. The actor was seen wearing a yellow and grey colour outfit.

ALSO READ | Sunny Leone Nails The Tongue-twister Challenge By Varun Sharma; Watch

ALSO READ | Sunny Leone's Date Night With Husband Daniel At Home Amid COVID-19 Lockdown

This is not the first time that the actor posted an image during her lockdown. In this image, the actor was seen making a piece of art and she called it broken glass. Her caption was loved by the audience and it gained over 10.7 likes on Twitter and more than 716 K likes on Instagram. She also mentioned that she took 40 days to complete the piece of art

ALSO READ | Sunny Leone Shows Her 'Broken Glass' Abstract Artwork Made Over 40 Days Amid Lockdown

ALSO READ | Sunny Leone On Parenting Amidst The Lockdown; Says 'I Just Have One Nanny'



Get the latest entertainment news from India & around the world. Now follow your favourite television celebs and telly updates. Republic World is your one-stop destination for trending Bollywood news. Tune in today to stay updated with all the latest news and headlines from the world of entertainment.

First Published:
By 2030, 40% Indians will not have access to drinking water