However, actor Prachi Saathi denied that the adult-themed project would impact the success of her animated movie.
"While Jism 2 is an out-and-out adult film, there is a huge possibility that family audiences would come in with their kids and elders to see how Krishna Aur Kans unfolds in 3D," said Saathi, who has dubbed the dialogue for Krishna.
Krishna Aur Kans has been described as India's stereoscopic animated feature film.
"A seductive Sunny may be mesmerizing, but our natkhat Kishan Kanhaiya will always have his own charm and appeal," added Saathi.
A trained Bharata Natyam dancer, Saathi previously acted as a child artiste in Subhash Ghai's Pardes.
The adult film star's debut and the Hindi mythological movie both opened in India on Friday (August 3).