It was her big ticket to Bollywood -- but Indo-Canadian porn star Sunny Leone says she would never go back to the "Bigg Boss" house.
Sunny told: "I would never go back to the house again... it is insane, it is crazy. But what it did for me is it opened the doors, opened a new world - something that I had never imagined."
The actress is foraying into Bollywood with "Jism 2", which was offered to her by Mahesh Bhatt while she was in the "Big Boss" house.
"Bhatt saab came in the house and talked about doing a movie, this idea never crossed my mind. I thought I will exit the house and never come back to India... but complete opposite thing happened, " she added.
Sunny says the reality shows in West are completely different from what we see in India.
"If you compare the reality shows here to there (US), here those who come on the show become very popular and achieve huge success. In America, if you do a reality show, they don't care. They don't identify people when they walk on streets, but here it does happen like that, " explained the 31-year-old.
Too Much Sex Can Be a Bad Thing
Seductively winking her eye next to the caption "Too Much Sex Can Be a Bad Thing. Sterilise Your Dogs and Cats", Indo-Canadian Jism 2 and adult entertainment star Sunny Leone stars in a brand-new ad for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India.
Leone - who was named 2003 Penthouse Pet of the Year - wants her legions of adoring fans to know that the only way to fight the worldwide homeless-cat and -dog crisis is always to have companion animals sterilised.
The stunning ad was shot by leading photographer Gaurav Sawn, and Leone's hair and make-up were done by Ayesha Wadiwala.
In an exclusive interview for PETA, Leone says, "I believe in not buying - and adopting. And it's because there's so many dogs out there that need a home, that were left on the streets. They just need that love, and if you can rescue an animal, then that's one of the greatest gifts you can give.`
She further explains, "I believe that every single dog should be spayed and neutered. You don't want to continue the cycle of homeless dogs or cats. And spaying and neutering also keeps them healthy. It prevents them from having different diseases that they can get if they are not."