Here’s How Radhika Apte Becomes A Completely Different Person When On-screen!

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” I detach myself from my character with a lot of ease,” Says Radhika Apte on prepping for any character

Indie actress Radhika Apte is currently on sky-high on her career. As the actress is one of the promising artist we have in India which can be witnessed by her breathtaking screen presence.

The actress was recently nominated as the best actress on International Emmy Awards for her one of the finest performances.

In a recent interview, the indie superstar spilled the beans on how easily she steps into multiple characters while working on different projects.

Talking about the same she shared, “Every character requires a different type of preparation. A lot of it has to do with your collaboration with the director and your co-actors. Some characters require a lot of research to be done, while others require a lot of practice. So, the process may differ each time. I’m not someone who gets attached; I detach myself from my character with a lot of ease and it almost happens automatically when I’m done shooting.”

The actress is known for being one of the most versatile actresses in Bollywood and the Emmy nomination is another feather in the cap for her after her movies ‘Andhadhun’ and ‘Padman’ recently won National awards.

In the international space, the actress will be seen in a role where she will be essaying the role of a Spy. Based on real incidents from World War II, this film will see the Andhadhun star playing the role of Noor Inayat Khan aka Nora Baker who was the first female wireless operator to parachute into Nazi-occupied France to help the French resistance.

Radhika Apte will be next seen in the film ‘Raat Akeli Hai’ alongside Nawazuddin Siddiqui for which the actress has already finished the first schedule shoot in Lucknow. Fans can’t wait to see what she has to offer with these new exciting projects and roles.

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