She’s been gallivanting around in her birthday suit more often than not, tweeted nude pictures with just a paper cup covering her nether region and stars in what promises to be the most daring feature film on the Kamasutra in three dimesional glory. But despite all her on and off screen shenanigans, it turns out that Sherylyn Chopra would much rather let Sunny Leone lay claim to the title of porn star. The actress has apparently had a major fallout with the producer of her shockingly explicit film after he expressed a desire to enact some scenes with her — without the presence of any cameras, of course. “I said to him that was impossible, as I was not interested at all in him sexually,” she said in her complaint which has now been forwarded to the police. The matter got out of hand after the jilted producer, Rupesh Paul, decided he was considering repositioning the film for a mega release in the international porn market instead. Much of the wrangle also seems to stem from Paul’s refusal to clear the balance of Rs 7 lakh due to her from the initially agreed remuneration of Rs 25 lakh. While we don’t know what to make of this, a couple of things seem ar clear — first, contrary to popular perception, Bollywood sex sirens are paid peanuts for the kind of hard labour they put in; second, perhaps producer Rupesh Paul could have nipped this problem in the bud simply by casting himself in the lead role.