Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone season 2 trailer charts actor's trying journey
The second season of Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone premieres on 18 September on Zee5.
The Journey that you all waited for!! Presenting the trailer of #KarenjitKaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone - Season 2. Premieres 18th September.
— Sunny Leone (@SunnyLeone) August 27, 2018
The hard-hitting trailer narrates the section of the actress' life where she struggles with her family to bring some normalcy into her life as they, especially her mother, continue having issues with her choice of career. As Kaur tries to meander through her familial problems, she starts discovering herself as a person.
In a poignant juncture of the trailer, we see her mother (played by Grusha Kapoor) claiming that her daughter is as determined as her. The trailer delves deeper into the actress' career as an adult film entertainer. Within all this instability, Kaur's narrative manages to portray the protectiveness of a loving family and the love of a supportive husband.
The first season premiered on 16 July and consisted of 10 episodes. The cast included Bijay Jasjit Anand and Grusha Kapoor as Leone’s parents, Rysa Saujani as her younger self, Karamvir Lamba as her brother, and Marc Bucker as her husband, Daniel Weber. The first season left off at the juncture where Leone ventured into the field of adult films, from which the second season takes off.
The second season premieres on 18 September on Zee5.
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