A few days ago, Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber made news for adopting a baby girl. It’s no surprise that a few days later a picture of the trio went viral and made headlines.
Sunny recently made news for being vocal about her love for kids and how she’d like to start a family very soon. Which explains how the newest addition to the Weber family has been on the cards for a while now. Nisha Kaur Weber was adopted from Latur, Maharashtra and the couple cannot get enough of the 21-month-old.
Apparently, the couple made this decision 2 years ago when they visited an orphanage. They registered back then and finally got a match. Sunny claims that it was “love at first sight” when she met Nisha and says that she felt. “ so excited, emotional and experienced many different feelings.”
Nisha has been brought up in a very different environment and is used to speaking in Marathi. Sunny and Daniel were very well aware of the new responsibilities an adoption would come with and they say a child at such a tender age can easily learn new things and will soon adapt to her new surroundings.
Sunny Leone has always been known for doing the unconventional and breaking stereotypes. Be it for her movies, item numbers or reality shows, she’s never been too far astray from breaking norms. And yet again she goes on to break myths about adoption in India. She feels very strongly for the underprivileged and starving, and adoption for a cause just makes the journey of parenthood even more special for her than it already is.
Kudos to you Sunny!
While imitation might be the best form of flattery, it makes you question the degree of creativity and originality the maker might actually be putting into his work.
There is no doubt that we love Bollywood and its ethnic avatar combined with all the masala and dancing on mountain-tops. But there is an increasing number of Indians who love Hollywood and Indian regional movies. In fact, they prefer the latter over the former.
Why? You’d ask. Because that’s where some of our Bollywood movies or it’s scenes may be ‘inspired’ from, AND they have better plots, ideas, and stories.
DID YOU KNOW?
That Jhanvi Kapoor is dating this hot guy?
That Sarah Khan is probably dropping out of films because of her mother?
That Navya Naveli Nanda and Aryan Khan may be best friends or may be more than that?
That Aaliyah Kashyap and Jhanvi Kapoor are the newest BFFs in town?
Yes, we all know this. We have all read or seen these headlines, but not only that, we have been fed these lines time and again by the media, so much so that details about these ‘kids’ and their personal lives are at the tip of our tongues. And, why not? They are, after all, the future of Bollywood. But, are they?
So much has been said about nepotism in the past few months. After the controversy on Karan Johar’s chat show, and at the recently held IIFA awards, many Bollywood celebs have come forward to say that nepotism doesn’t exist. But recently in an interview, Ranbir Kapoor, a starkid himself, a member of the family who has been a part of Bollywood for generations, said ‘I am a disarming product of it. Of course, it exists. I’m sitting here next to you guys!’. We wish the others would take responsibility for their words and actions too.
So much has been said about these two in the past few months. It is rumoured that the Raajneeti co-stars are not on talking terms and this has led to problems in the promotion of their next film together. But recently in an interview for a leading news channel, Ranbir Kapoor said, ‘I don’t think I can miss having her in my life. I need her in my life. There is nothing like not talking to each other or not showing up. It was a lot of hard work not just by me but also by her.’ Yay, we hope they sort their differences out!