She not just broke the cliché picture of the Bollywood champion with her part in movies like 'phobia', 'Badlapur', 'Manjhi – The Mountain Man' and short film 'Ahalya', but at the same time is vocal about her solid suppositions on social issues. Performing artist Radhika Apte says she generally does those things that she has faith in, without being frightened of the outcomes.
IANS made up for lost time with Radhika at the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2016 where she was strolled as gem for creator Saroj Jalan.
Inquired as to whether she is not frightened of negative criticism for her conclusion on social issues, Radhika said: "You get negative remarks regardless of the possibility that you are not talking. So you can't be frightened of contrary remarks from individuals. I can't have twofold gauges, so I do what I put stock in."
In 10 years old profession in the Indian amusement industry, Radhika has adjusted her work amongst business and odd silver screen. She says that she needs to investigate more as a performing artist.
"I need to investigate. I've quite recently started and in a performing artist's excursion, you need to investigate more. So for a portion of the activities, I had a ton of fun doing them and entirely difficult and some of them I accomplished for various reasons. Be that as it may, yes, I trust I get more chance to investigate," she said.
Radhika trusts she hasn't achieved a level of "fame". However, the 30-year old said: "I don't care for individuals remembering me all around the globe. I truly don't care for that as it's break of my protection."
Radhika was as of late in the news for her spilled lovemaking scene in 'Dried', however she says that it wasn't spilled. "That wasn't spilled incidentally. The film has discharged in numerous nations abroad and it's additionally on the US Netflix," she said and included that "society needs to develop" regarding tolerating such movies.
So what is keeping her bustling these days? "I am on break as I simply completed an undertaking after long time," she said.