Talking about her comeback, the actress quipped, "I had got emotionally attached to the show last season and when they offered me another season, I was really happy. Splitsvilla is a very different show and I love being a part of it. Also, as a youngster, I was hooked onto MTV and it was a dream to be on the channel."
This season, which talks about what women want from men, has Sunny sharing her 'list' as well. "They should be respectful, chivalrous, have the ability to listen and follow the saying-'happy wife, happy life'." (laughs)
The pretty actor will be joined by Rannvijay Singh as her co- host. Talking about him, she said, "He is a hard working person and I really enjoyed working with him. He is fun and has a very positive energy that is so infectious. Since it is reality show, we had to build a great camaraderie."
Sunny, who entered the Indian entertainment industry with Bigg Boss, said that she loves and enjoys the concept of reality TV. "I think the psychological atmosphere that reality TV creates is really interesting for viewers. Also, how contestants bond and fight is a different experience altogether. Some great friendships are formed and some just break apart."
When we asked if she was open to doing reality shows, the beauty said. "Sure! Why not? If I am offered something really exciting I would be game for it any day."
Sunny is not letting the failure of her Bollywood ventures dampen her spirits. "I think I learn a lot from my projects. Yes, as a human I get affected. I feel sad but I know I cannot give up. I am really a strong woman and a fighter and I believe in taking every day as a new one and getting back on my feet from any fall."
She also adds that she believes in working constantly rather than eyeing for the perfect project. "I am still growing in my career and I can't be sitting at home thinking that I will one day get the best film. I am open to doing good things and with every project that I sign up, I analyses the positives and negatives. The failure dies down but learning takes you forward in life."
As an afterthought, she adds, "The practice of celeb-shaming is only in India. I don't realize what offends people so I have built a fortress around me that is helping me stay away from the attacks. I have learnt it all on my own and I am building my own empire slowly."