Radhika Apte is an actor par excellence and has been recognised as a formidable performer ever since her early days in motion pictures. In a latest interview with Grazia, Radhika went down reminiscence lane and spoke in regards to the days when she felt exploited on the set of Rakht Charitra and was refused any pay for Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi.
Radhika spoke about working with Ram Gopal Varma on Rakht Charitra and shared that she “felt very exploited as a result of I wasn’t getting paid a lot.” “They advised me I’d be doing one movie however then they made me shoot in Tamil and Telugu as nicely,” she added.
The Sacred Video games actor recalled working with director Mahesh Manjrekar on Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi, which was her first-ever movie expertise. “They mentioned they couldn’t afford to pay me and requested me to do it at no cost. When on set, I realised that even the kid artists have been being paid,” she shared. She described the manufacturing home’s behaviour as “completely obnoxious.”
However issues have been dramatically completely different on the units of Shor within the Metropolis. Radhika shared that when she did Raj & DK’s movie Shor within the Metropolis, she was amazed by the crew. She shared, “I auditioned with the scene during which Tilak (performed by Tusshar Kapoor) asks Sapna (my character) whether or not she will be able to learn. It’s one of many only a few scenes I’ve auditioned for and gotten the half, so I clearly keep in mind it. It was a three-day gig with a cool pay-off of INR 72,000.” Radhika shared that she was later referred to as again by the makers “as they wished Sapna to have a meatier half within the movie.”
Radhika Apte has since been identified for her roles in movies like Parched, Badlapur, Manjhi, Andhadhun, Pad Man amongst many others. Within the net area, she has appeared in exhibits like Sacred Video games, Ghoul and most not too long ago OK Laptop. She is going to quickly be seen within the movie Mrs Undercover.