Italy may be Sunny Leone’s favourite holiday destination but India is where the home and heart is.
Adult movie actress Sunny Leone who was born in Sarnia, Ontario to Sikh Punjabi parents has locked Italy as her favourite holiday destination and says she is in love with the country.
The actress, who is just one film old in Bollywood, is working really hard to make a mark for herself claims that she loves the architecture of the city. “The architecture there is amazing. May it be the side scenes or history of Italy it has always amazed me. I like places which have got to say something in terms of history and the culture there is amazing,” the 31-year-old said.
The actress who has been to Italy twice in her life says she would be visiting the country yet again post the shooting of her next film ‘Raginni MMS’.
Sunny says, “I will visit Italy again after ‘Ragini MMS’. I am not the kind of person who would just sit around in just one place. I am very adventurous. I want to try different things in life. I want to do scuba diving and other adventurous activities.” She further adds, “It’s a little expensive but it all depends from person to person. You just need to lock your budget and work accordingly. Since I like to travel a lot I budget myself and then have a peaceful journey.”
Italy is one of the most popular destinations on the tourist trail, known for its exquisite fashion, historical buildings and its fabulous food. Italian architecture has also widely influenced the architecture of the world.
When it comes to food Sunny says she loves Italian Pastas.
Sunny says, “I love Italian pastas. Not that I am a foodie, but when it comes to pastas I can’t resist. There are so many different kinds of pastas being served there. I believe the best food in the word is served there.”
Italian food is a reason of pride for the people of the country and they are often seen longing for typical dishes, pasta over every other. Italians are known to serve the best pastas in this world.
However, the actress makes it clear if given an option she would love to settle down in India rather than anywhere else. “I would love to settle down in India at any given point of time. India is a beautiful place and I have visited many different places in India. Italy might be my favourite holiday destination but when it comes to settle down it would always be India,” she concludes.