Mumbai : Indo-Canadian adult film star Sunny Leone created a flutter at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport when she arrived with hubby Daniel Weber in tow last weekend, says a media report.
Sunny's fans were caught by surprise when she conservatively turned out in a covered black kneelength dress with a scarlet belt with husband Daniel in tow.
Sunny Leone is in India to promote her Bollywood debut, Jism 2 which opens this Friday.
She plays a porn star, Izna, in the erotic thriller.
Her husband Daniel was also a porn star, and he now manages her US-based company, Sun-Lust Productions, which produces adult films.
Before entering the adult film industry, Daniel was a member of a band called The Spyderz.
Daniel seemed pleasantly surprised to see the crowd and mediapersons waiting to catch a glimpse of Sunny.
As the paparazzi merrily clicked away, Daniel too took out his camera and took a few pictures of the crowd around.
Daniel displayed his tattooed arms, fancy stubble and a designer hat.
“ I am very excited to see the way Jism 2 has shaped up,” a beaming Sunny said.
“ I can see there is a lot of curiosity about the film among the audience. I hope the film lives up to it,” she added, as she waved and smiled at the people gathered around.
Sunny was missing in action at the launch of the first look of Jism 2 the past week because she was in the US.
The launch party was attended by Jism 2 director Pooja Bhatt, Mahesh Bhatt and the film's two lead actors Randeep Hooda and Arunoday Singh.
Sunny and Daniel now plan to attend the film's premiere, to be held on Thursday in Mumbai.
Sunny's husband used to hang out on the sets when she had come to India for the first time to shoot for the reality show Bigg Boss last year, before she entered the house.
Sunny posed for a People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals ( Peta) India campaign- poster captioned “Too much sex can be a bad thing. Sterilise your dogs and cats”.
Sunny, who was named 2003 Penthouse Pet of the Year, starred in Peta's new campaign ad for animal birth control and in defence of the homeless animals.
Through the campaign she wants her fans to lend a helping hand to the homeless dogs and cats. She also urges people to get animals sterilised.
Sunny said, “ I believe in not buying. And it's because there are so many dogs out there that need a home, but are 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.”