MUMBAI: Soon a documentary movie based on a life of actress Sunny Leone will be revealed on Netflix. Director Dilip Mehta has shed some light on his new project and said that Sunny Leone has spoken fearlessly about her past life in an upcoming documentary ‘Mostly Sunny’. Mehta said, “Netflix and iTunes have already acquired it. I also want to dub it in Hindi and release it in India. My only fear is, what will the Indian Censor Board (CBFC) do with it?. She promised she would open every chapter of her life without inhibitions. And to her credit, she did exactly that. She spoke fearlessly about her past as a p*** star,” Indian media reported. Leone betrayed her punjabi family to step in the adult movie industry later she joined Bollywood movies. She never hesitates to open up about her past nor does she regret it. Joining her in her journey is her supportive husband Daniel Weber, who accompanies her in every project. Few months back, Leone said she doesnt want the documentary to release in India as it is less of a film on her life and more of somebody elses opinion. “It’s not a biopic made on my life where you can manipulate and say what you want. It is not like you are appealing to cinematic liberty. This is somebody’s life. This is my life, I take it very personally.” Mehta said he was surprised that Leone developed cold feet before the Toronto premiere and said the actress wanted certain changes in the documentary.