Former pornographic actress Sunny Leone, who will be seen as the multitude of horror TV show "Haunted Weekends with Sunny Leone", says she is open to further proposals on TV shows as long as they are "stimulating".
"If a thought-provoking offer (on small screen) comes, I do not mind taking it up. I do not accept as true in restrictive myself. If somewhat fits well, like this show ('Haunted Weekends...'), I will do it," Sunny Leone told IANS in a telephonic conference from Mumbai.
The TV show will go on small screen this Saturday on MTV India.
The TV show is being hurled in alliance with her upcoming movie "Ragini MMS 2" and the sizzling actress trusts that it will help make buzz for the film.
"Haunted Weekends..." turns around the conception of fear and paranormal activities.
Every episode will see three teenagers being sent to eerie and haunted places across the country for a night where they have to stay alive a ghostly experience. The localities have a history and, every so often, a terrifying story to tell.
"It is a creepy show where competitors will have to do different jobs. It will help the film and general public will enjoy the show too. I am happy with it," she said.
Sunny Leone, who is well-known for her courageous image in the industry thanks to flicks like "Jackpot" and "Jism 2", says a movie must have a story and not just bold acts.
"'Ragini MMS 2' has a share which sees me in a very non-glamorous appearance. I do not look good at all. There is a story in the movie as well," she said.
The masala actress says that she loves the horror genre.
"I love viewing horror cinemas. My spouse does not like them so much, so I mostly watch them unaccompanied," she said.