Sunny Leone celebrates daughter's 1 year 'gotcha' anniversary!

Canadian born, Indian actress Sunny Leone celebrated her daughter Nisha Kaur Weber's first home-coming anniversary with a beautiful post.

Sharing an adorable picture with baby Nisha and husband Daniel Weber, the 'Ragini MMS' star wrote, "One year ago today our lives changed when we brought you home with us! Today is your 1year "gotcha" anniversary and I can't believe it's only been one year because I feel I have known you a lifetime. You are a part of my heart and soul and the most beautiful baby girl in the world! I love you very much Nisha Kaur Weber!!"

In July last year, Sunny and Daniel adopted Nisha from an orphanage in Latur, Maharashtra.

The duo is also parents to twin boys, Noah and Asher, who were born via surrogacy earlier this year.

On the work front, Leone is all set to narrate her story in the biopic 'Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story of Sunny Leone'.

The web series will trace the journey of Sunny Leone, who was born as Karenjit KaurVohra to Indian immigrants in Canada. It will show her struggles as a teenager and how financial crisis in the family led her to become an adult movie star.

Consisting of two seasons with 10 episodes each, the first season premieres on July 16.


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