WATCH : Sunny Leone Not Wanting To Share Her Food Is All Of Us

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Sunny Leone recently posted a video which proves that she is a true foodie!

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

After waiting with bated breathe, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif's 'Bharat' is finally here! The makers had organized a premiere of the film, which saw the presence of many Bollywood celebrities including Sunny Leone. And, while pictures from the scene have already surfaced on the internet, a video was shared on social media by the actress where she can be acting like a true foodie. 

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In the video, the actress can be seen holding two packs of popcorn while taking a bite of her samosa while screaming at someone who tries to steal her food. The actress shared the video with the caption, "About last night! Sorry for the f-bomb! But he was trying to steal my food!! Seriously @sunnyrajani !!"

Watch the video above: 

And not just that but the actress likes to cook her own food too. In a prior incident, she had taken over a hotel's kitchen to make food for her twins, Noah and Asher.  "I took over part of this station to make Noah and Asher some banana wheat pancakes and apple sauce. Mom life. So nice of the kitchen staff and Dominique Fieux Cuisinier to let me make my boys their food sometimes", she wrote sharing the post. 

On the Bollywood front, the 38-year-old has been roped in for a horror-comedy called "Coca Cola". The actress is also foraying into the southern film industry with movies like "Rangeela" and "Veeramadevi", believes it will help her grow.

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