Sunny Leone has carved her path into the amusing world of Bollywood and we have to give her the credit for creating a niche for herself in the industry. Today, this sizzling hottie celebrates her 34th birthday and we can now say that her Bollywood gamble seems to be paying off.

Her films are doing well at the box office and she has made a commendable career shift from being a porn star to being a successful Bollywood star. She is an inspiration to everyone who wants to do something big in life but is afraid to take the plunge. But all of this was definitely not easy when she started off her Bollywood journey.

She was clueless and her initial choices of movies highlight her struggle to understand the workings of the Bollywood industry.

She began her journey by participating in an Indian version of Big Brother i.e. Bigg Boss and immediately caught people’s attention. Of course, her presence on a prime time reality show received a lot of flak, but that was lost in the genuineness of her actions in the show. So through the show people came to know about her past and her former profession. But the beauty of her on the show was that the audience connected with her as a person and not as a porn star, and that worked for her.

She was then signed by Mahesh Bhatt for the movie “Jism 2” and since then, Sunny has not looked back, and we are not complaining.

Post "Jism 2", to everyone’s disbelief, Sunny signed Ekta Kapoor’s and India’s first Horror-Sex movie, Ragini MMS 2. Ragini MMS had her in the lead and as always, everyone went back to criticizing her choice, but it again turned out to be a gold mine for her. Her performance was highly appreciated and the genre became an instant hit with Bollywood lovers.

Since her entry in Bollywood, she has been criticized a lot but she remains unapologetic as ever in her choices and doesn't shy away from speaking her mind in the most subtle and classy way possible.

We wish her a very happy birthday and hope that her Bollywood journey continues to flourish and she continues to be a part of intellectual Cinema.