Sunny Leone’s Nude Picture In Government Website


Mumbai: Sunny Leone, the former adult actor, has been in news for her controversies ever since she has entered Bollywood. And the latest one is that one of Sunny’s topless photos popped on the main page of the website of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC).

Despite the technical team’s several attempts to fix the error, the photo continued to appear on the website. The nude picture of the Jism 2 actor was said to be appearing with a caption “having fun in the shower”. This incident happened on Monday (April 25) and soon after her picture flashed on the website, the count of daily visitors went up by 16 percent.

According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, the technical team worked on resolving the issue throughout the day. They somehow managed to take down the picture from the main page, but then it started appearing on other links of the website. A GHMC official told Mumbai Mirror that the site is maintained by the Centre for Good Governance (CGG) and hence the onus lies with it.

“We cannot be held responsible. As far as we know, the agreement between the operating company and the corporation was terminated,” Director, E-Governance, CGG, Vijay Karan Reddy told Times Of India. Surendra Mohan, additional commissioner (IT), GHMC, also told the leading daily, “An internal probe was on to nail the culprits, hoping this would never happen again.”

This is not the first time that Sunny has landed herself into a controversy. The Ek Paheli Leela actor was earlier in news for slapping a journalist at an event, called ‘Play Holi With Sunny Leone’. But later on, she denied any such reports that she had slapped any journalist.

Not just this, Sunny’s condom commercial stirred up a controversy with senior CPI leader Atul Anjan’s remarks that her advertisements are vulgar and one of the reasons behind the increase in rape cases in India.

On the work front, Sunny Leone will next be seen in Jasmine D’Souza’s film One Night Stand. The film is set to hit the screen on May 6 this year.