Indian television anchor and an actor Aman Verma believes the Indo-Canadian porn star Sunny Leone is a bad example for the girls in the country and he feels she shouldn’t have been brought to the country.

Leone, who was named ‘Penthouse Pet of the Year’ in 2003, was brought to the ‘Bigg Boss 5’ house last year and her presence was on a family TV show was criticized a lot by almost everyone out there. However, the somehow or the other the show makers kept on justifying themselves and now the adult sensation has become a Bollywood star.

She recently made her B’town debut with Pooja Bhatt’s film ‘Jism 2’. She has now been signed by Ekta Kapoor for ‘Ragini MMS 2’, which is a sequel to Ragini MMS (2010).

Almost every producer in the country, who is known for making bold movies, is trying to cash in on Leone’s name. Perhaps this is a reason why Verma feels many girls in the country would try to follow her footsteps in order to get an entry in the tinsel town.

While speaking on his inclusion, Verma got defensive about the television industry but took a few digs at the filmmaking industry.

“Dekhiye, TV pe jo khuch bhi dikhaya jata hai uska pehle pura survey hota hai. The producers conduct a survey and ask people if they want to see a particular twist in the serial or not. Only then they include the changes, based on the responses they get,” says Aman.

“Indian people are very tolerant anyway. Is desh me sab kuch chalta hai. Jab vo ek pornstar ko actress ke taur pe accept kar sakte hain to ek kiss to mamooli baat hai yaar. In fact, what I’m more worried about is the bad example it has presented, that of girls becoming pornstars first, in their way to become an actress,” Aman avers.

Well, all said and done, let’s wait and watch if Sunny Leone or anyone from Bhatt camp responds to Aman Verma.