Sunny Leone on vacation and celebration mode

Sunny Leone has taken to her Instagram to share some pictures from her holiday in Dubai with hubby Daniel Weber. In the photos, she can be seen enjoying her dip in an infinity pool with Daniel.

The actress, clad in a bikini, looked amazing and made sure to give some major vacation goals. She captioned her post, “Ya know!! Weber @dirrty99 liked this one more hehe” while another post read, “Last one of pool/water time. It looks like a postcard!”

Sunny Leone, along with her husband Daniel Weber, daughter Nisha and sons Asher and Noah, celebrated Diwali in Mumbai on Sunday. The actor took to Instagram and shared pictures of her Diwali celebrations in which the whole family can be seen in yellow outfits.

She wrote, “So nice to be a matching family with @dirrty99 for Diwali!!” While Sunny and Nisha were seen in yellow embellished lehenga choli, Daniel, Asher and Noah wore yellow kurta with white pants.

Sharing another picture, Sunny wrote: “Happy Diwali from the Weber’s!!” Nisha looks ecstatic in one of the pictures, in which her mom and she are smiling as they run towards the camera in traditional finery.

Recently, an account which attempts to expose copies of famous designers and artists, called out Sunny Leone for copying an artist’s work and auctioning it off as charity. Sharing a photo of the drawings, the post mentioned, “We are all for charity, but stealing an artists’ original work — without credit — and auctioning it off for charity (as your own) is just dirty. Left: original by @malikafavre; right: wtf by @sunnyleone #dietsabya #gandi #copy #art.”

Responding, Sunny stated:  “Hello. Just to give you the correct information , I was given a photograph of this piece of art. I then decided to paint it! At no time did I claim to come up with the idea. I simply painted a piece of art that I saw and loved. It should be taken as a compliment as it was being donated to cancer patients for charity. Nothing more and nothing less. Sorry you don’t like the version that I choose to create while helping children in Need. The painting was not about you or I. It was about trying to help !!!! Best of luck !!!! Keep creating.”