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Sunny's Bombshell Style Streak

February 23, 2023 17:06 IST

Any kind of outfit should be highly honoured to have Sunny Leone as its wearer.

Is there a getup that doesn't look good on our comely star with a knack for beautiful dressing?

Her life is as rangeen as her fashion.

She's worked in a bakery and an automotive oil store, was studying to become a nurse, was named Penthouse Pet of the Month and Hustler Honey, posed for PETA, starred in porn films and then Bollywood films, became a short story writer, graced the Bigg Boss house, hosts MTV Splitsvilla, was India's most Googled celeb and then got the role many a woman would die for -- she danced to Laila Main Laila with Shah Rukh Khan in Raees.

The S. Leone brand of sexy glamour is in a league of its own. It doesn't matter what she puts on, party gladrags or low-key heading-to-the-supermarket stuff or a kitchen apron, she never fails to chamko.

IMAGE: Signature Karenjit Kaur Vohra casual chic!
Stumped by that name? Sunny Leone is simply the stage name of this Canadian-Indian actor who grew up quite the tomboy in Sarnia, Ontario, even playing street hockey with her neighbourhood gang.
Pleasing in a zip-up tweed jacket, white tee and jeans.
All photographs: Kind courtesy Sunny Leone/Instagram


IMAGE: When you have a pic like this to look at every morning, you too will become one of Sunny's 54.5 million chelas on Instagram.
A retro goddess in bubblegum pink.


IMAGE: John Travolta ki behen: Karen (her 'pet' name) dons fati jeans and black leather jacket for 'just hanging out' in New York. 
All we want to do is sing Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin' alive, stayin' alive


IMAGE: Why that poker face Sunny, especially when your lovely black sweater is an happy emoticon fest? 


IMAGE: Jackpot, Sunny! Sizzlling like a phooljhari in two shiny hues. 


IMAGE: Moxie Lady: She might be in her forties and the mother of three kids, but she's a totally oomphy mummy in green cargos and a wee top.


IMAGE: Sunny 'waves' Mumbai goodbye in groovy b/w op art slacks.
Curvilinear pants for a lady with curves in all the right places.