Radhika Apte expressed that people should not only dream of Hollywood but also fight for equal representation in the world.
While Radhika Apte kept it edgy in a frill shirt and leather pants with suspenders, Taapsee Pannu went for a pretty crystal-encrusted dress from Vineti Bolaki. Check out the pictures here.
Radhika Apte was spotted donning a brocade pantsuit from the label Tutla. Styled by Shaleena Nathani, Apte was at the Toronto Film Festival attending the premiere of The Wedding Guest.
Be it channelling her inner boho soul or carrying off a risqué, dramatic blouse with elan and confidence, Radhika Apte can do it all. Check out the pictures of her latest look here.
Ghoul stars Manav Kaul and Radhika Apte on screen, stage and verses on the page.
Zomato India shared a social media post stating it’s not just Radhika Apte who has “versatility”, and presented paneer as their candidate for the challenge. But with a sassy reply Netflix India even stole the show here.
Seeing the crazy reaction of desi users online, Netflix India too came back with a sassy reply and acknowledged their love for her.
Lust Stories, Sacred Games and now Ghoul. Is there too much of Radhika Apte on Netflix? Weighing in on the question that became viral on social media, the actor said she took it as a compliment.
As Twitterati tried to take a jibe at Netflix India with memes and GIFs for featuring Radhika Apte in multiple series and show on the platform, the company came up with a sassy comeback ascertaining ‘Radhika Apt hai’ for every role and even took a step further and called it Radflix!
Lakme Fashion Week 2018: A stunning Kareena Kapoor Khan brought the fashion week to a close looking like a diva in a Monisha Jaising off-shoulder dress. But before that, there were others who graced the event.
Radhika Apte on the universal appeal of Indian content and how with Netflix, the world gets to watch it. The actor has starred in Netflix’s Lust Stories, Sacred Games and Ghoul.
Radhika Apte and Vikramaditya Motwane on the dystopian world that creates the horror element in their Netflix series Ghoul.
Starring Radhika Apte and Manav Kaul, horror drama Ghoul also tackles social change vis a vis religion in an effective and dramatic way.
Ghoul is based on the creature of the same name from Arabian folklore. The setting is an interrogation centre in a remote area. The three-part web series begins streaming on Netflix from August 24.
Ghoul is a three-part horror web series that stars Radhika Apte and Manav Kaul. Phantom Films and Blumhouse Productions have jointly produced it. Here are five reasons why you should watch Ghoul.