Radhika Apte Slapped Her Tamil Co-Star For Crossing The Line.
Radhika Apte is one actress, who won’t take anything with a pinch of salt, be it getting trolled online, criticism or anything. She is daring enough to give it back with pride and the beautiful actress revealed one such incident, wherein, a Tamil co-actor misbehaved with her.
The exceptionally talented actor Radhika Apte is famous for her impeccable acting skills and professionalism. While chatting with Neha Dhupia on Colors Infinity’s BFFs with Vogue, she opened up on a rather horrendous incident she faced while shooting for a Tamil film. She said, “It was my first day at the shoot and a famous actor down south came on the set and started to tickle my feet.”
Revealing further about the incident, she also stated that she was stunned as they had never met before, her instinct reaction was to slap him! She is a no nonsense girl and won’t think twice to put you in the right place if you mess with her.
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She was also recently trolled for uploading a picture of hers in a bikini at the beach on Instagram. To which, she said, “Do they expect me to wear a saree on the beach?”
In an earlier interview with mid-day, speaking about her upcoming projects, Radhika Apte had said, “I have seven projects coming out and I have done completely different roles in all of them. In PadMan I play a village girl. In Baazaar, I play a girl, who is an extremely successful businesswoman–young, bright and independent. In Sacred Games, I play a RAW agent and in Anurag’s film (international project), I play a young teacher in a metro city. In Sriram Raghavan’s film with Ayushmann Khurrana, I play a very young, cool-vibe girl and in Ghoul (English film) I’ve played a military officer. In Bombairiya I have played a PR agent and all these characters have nothing in common with each other.