Bold beauty Radhika Apte starts her second innings
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Radhika Apte, a Bollywood beauty, was frequently in the headlines for her bold films and statements.
There is no doubting that, despite being one of the best actresses in the business, her controversies had a negative impact on her career.
This beautiful actress has now started the second innings. She directed a short film called "Sleep Walkers."
In the beginning of her career, Radhika Apte worked as a stage actor, appearing in several plays. She then made her Bollywood debut in supporting roles before moving on to become a lead actress
Radhika is renowned for her bold roles and photo shoots since in the films The Wedding Guest and Parched, she appeared entirely nude. If the role is deamnds, Radhika is willing to do whatever is required.
In films like "Hunter," "Badlapur," "Lust Stories," "Ahalya," web series, and short films, she played bold roles. She thus faced significant backlash.
When discussing her bodily parts in the past, Radhika Apte received criticism. She revealed that a director had turned her down because he had made it clear that he was seeking for a curvy woman.
She claims that beauty is not an illusion and she does not wish to get surgery in exchange for prospects. She once claimed that she had to experience a lot before she could taste success.
She appeared in Telugu movies such as Dhoni, Lion, and Legend. "Actresses weren't treated with respect in the South, and we had to arrive at the location two hours before the shoot." Her remarks caused a stir.
In the South
Radhika said that one of Tollywood's most popular heroes had misbehaved with her and that she had given him a warning. Back then, Radhika's remarks caused a stir in the industry.
Controversy in Tollywood
Radhika is quite active on social media; she frequently shares her hottest images there.
Radhika Apte has only recently appeared in a few films. "Vikram Vedha" and "Monica, Oh My Darling" are Radhika’s latest movies.
This beautiful actress has now turned into a director, she directed a short film called "Sleep Walkers."