Radhika Apte is one the most phenomenal actresses that the Indian film industry has. She is not just known for her extraordinary acting skills but also for her savage attitude. The Bollywood beauty is opinionated and speaks her mind out loud, wherever needed.
Recently, the ‘Parched’ actress shared a picture of hers in a bikini on her social media account, while she was holidaying in Goa. And what happened next is not something new. Radhika got badly trolled for her outfit choices.
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Later, when she was asked about the trolls by a leading daily, Radhika went ahead to say, “I didn’t even know I was being trolled till someone told me. It’s ridiculous! Do people expect me to wear a sari on a beach? I don’t know them, so I don’t deal with them.”
Speaking about the appreciations pouring in for her performance in the recent hit film ‘PadMan’ which also starred Akshay Kumar in the lead role, Radhika expressed, “I haven’t read all the reviews, but I knew people would like it. It’s a perfect mixture of feel-good content and mass appeal. I might have played village girls, but all the roles have been different from each other.”
During the interview, Apte also revealed that she will next appear in a series named Sacred Games, which also features Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui in eminent roles. On being asked about being given the opportunity to work with Saif Ali Khan and Nawaz, she said, “I think it was a combination of all those things, plus the medium. Also, I had never been directed by Vikramaditya Motwane, who is helming my part. I wanted to collaborate with Saif and Nawaz as well, so it all worked out. But I have gone through the script, and it’s great.”
Other than the web series, the actress has also spilled the beans on signing a couple of films which include ‘Shoot The Piano Player’ and ‘Baazaar’.
Concluding the conversation, Radhika said, “I would not promote something that I don’t believe in. I should be convinced about the filmmaker’s approach to the subject. Otherwise, I have no limitations,” Radhika concluded the conversation and signed off.