Sunny Leone
Indo-Candian porn actress Sunny Leone's topless photo posted by FHM India on its official Twitter account.Official site (FHM)

After the controversial nude photo shoot of Pakistani actress Veena Malik on the cover page of FHM India's Dec. 2011 issue, it is now Indo-Canadian actress Sunny Leone's turn to pose topless for its May edition.

In an image posted by FHM India on its official Twitter account, Sunny was seen posing in a green see-through saree without a blouse.

The adult movie star also let her hair down , wore bangles and had a bindi on her forehead.

Earlier, Veena Malik and Bollywood actress Vidya Balan had appeared topless on the front cover of FHM Dec. 2011 and Nov. 2010 issues respectively.

Veena Malik's nude photo provoked wide outrage in her home country, Pakistan. Even her father Mohammad Ali Malik publicly announced that he disowned her.

However, Sunny Leone's photo shoot wearing a sari reminded us of Vidya Balan who also posed topless for the same magazine in 2010.

Sunny Leone who rose to fame after her stint in the TV reality show "Bigg Boss- 5" is making her Bollywood debut with director Pooja Bhat's upcoming film "Jism 2," and very recently, she has signed on director Ekta Kapoor's upcoming film "Ragini 2" which is a sequel of "Ragini MMS" (2011).

Although she has become a household name in bollywood, the "Jism 2" star is in no mood to quit her association with adult industries.

"I haven't shot for any adult film after my 'Bigg Boss' appearance but that doesn't mean I am quitting the adult industry. I can never be sure enough to give it up. I cannot predict the future and one film in Bollywood does not guarantee I will get many other offers," India Today quoted Sunny Leone as saying.

Stating that working in adult film industry is her "dedicated profession" the 30-year-old actress added, "I cannot deny that is where her roots are. It's my job and I have been a dedicated professional. My company Sun-Lust Productions will continue to produce adult films and I will continue to remain associated with the industry."