Actress Sunny Leone has made it to the BBC’s list of 100 most influential women. Sunny Leone, whose real name is Karenjit Kaur Vohra, is Canadian of Indian origin and has spent the last five years working in India. This is the fourth year that BBC has come up with the list of influential women, which ranks stars women from all walks of life – entrepreneurs, engineers, sportswomen, business women, fashion icons and artistes. Apart from the actress, the list also includes four Indian names – Gouri Chindarkar (Sangli), Mallika Srinivasan (Chennai), Neha Singh (Mumbai) and Saalumarada Thimmakka (Karnataka), read a statement. In 2015, Sunny Leone, 35, also topped the list of most searched Indian celebrities, above Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and even Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Sunny owned the spot second year in a row.