Jism was most talked about for the sizzling chemistry that Bipasha and John shared in the film. The secne where John blindfolds Bips and runs ice cubes over her belly became a range. It will be very difficult for any lead pair to create the kind of scorching chemistry.
But one must not forget that Bhatt’s will not leave any stone unturned to make the sequel bigger hit than Jism. The maker of ‘Jism’, ‘Paap’, and ‘Zakhm’ – Pooja Bhatt believes that working with genuine people is really rewarding. She thinks that unauthentic people themselves do not like to work with Bhatts “People talk about ‘Zakhm’ and then go and watch ‘Jism’. The point is that we have decided to attach ourselves with only those who are audacious, be it Sunny Leone or anyone else; people who walk their talk and dare to stick their necks
At present Pooja is occupied with pre-production formalities of Jism 2, “We have done authentic casting in ‘Jism 2′. It is very important that you cast authentically. Everyone talks about out-of-the-box casting but no one does it.”
On her part Sunny Leone is ready to do anything for her Bollywood debut in Jism 2. Sunny is very excited and taking religious lessons of Hindi from her trainer. Her dialogues are sent to her in advance so that she can rehearse and pick up the right diction. People may have known her for different reasons, but Sunny, whose real name is Karen Malhotra, give us a glimpse into her other side - the fun-loving girl, who loves to cook and dance. "I am who I am," says the Indo-Canadian adult star. Even if she was evicted from‘Bigg Boss 5’ Leone says she has no regret because it was all a part of the game.
Her bigger victory has been in the form of "Jism 2" fromBollywood's most formidable filmmakers, Mahesh Bhatt, "I am really very excited about working with Mr.Mahesh Bhatt. He has told me a bit about the first instalment of the film, and said how it was very bold, controversial, and of course edgy. So, yes, I am excited about
"Also, week by week, my Hindi kept improving, and it is a lot better now. But I was happiest about learning how to cook a variety of Indian food. I made really good dal and learnt how to make potatoes in 10 different ways! I think that's amazing, and I am definitely going to cook an Indian meal once I am back home," she said.
Sunny says she will make people realize she isn't the cliched 'adult star' "I grew up in a regular Indian household; I've been taught to be a good person. I want Indian people to know that. And I've always been interested in Bollywood, so with this film my dream has come true.” she added.