Bollywood actress Radhika Apte has set the temperature soaring as she graces the cover of Grazia's August issue. Dressed in a brown full sleeved top, the 'Parched' actress can be seen striking an intense pose for the camera. Adding to the perfect stance, the loose curls, and no makeup compliment her fresh look perfectly.
Grazia shared the cover on their Instagram account, writing "Presenting real beauty @radhikaofficial, on our August 2018 cover! We sat down with her to talk about breaking the rules of beauty, acting and everything in between. And, for the first time ever, we're following #NoDigitalDistortion with @Dove #LetsBreakTheRulesofBeauty ??:"
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Presenting real beauty @radhikaofficial, on our August 2018 cover! We sat down with her to talk about breaking the rules of beauty, acting and everything in between. And, for the first time ever, we’re following #NoDigitalDistortion with @Dove #LetsBreakTheRulesofBeauty 📷: @aneevrao 👗: @pashamalwani Hair and 💄: @tenzinkyizom_official 🎨: @nikita_315 Radhika is wearing co-ord set by @temperleylondon and accessories by @michaelkors
One of the most critically acclaimed actresses of the Indian film industry, Apte has carved a place for herself in not just Bollywood but the digital streaming space as well.
The actress was last seen in Anurag Kashyap's television web series Sacred Games.
She will next be treating fans in Saif Ali Khan starrer 'Baazaar'.
The much talked about film also features Chitrangada Singh in an axial role and is set against the backdrop of stock trading.
Recently, Radhika Apte and Usha Jadhav opened up about sexual harassment. The actresses will be featuring in a new documentary talking about sexual harassment in the Indian film industry. In a BBC World News report to be aired over this weekend, the Padman actor has opened up about the culture of silence in Bollywood, mainly because the perpetrators are huge stars.
“Some people are regarded as gods. They are so powerful that people just don’t think that my voice is going to matter, or people think that if I speak, probably my career is going to get ruined,” Apte tells BBC’s Rajini Vaidyanathan in Bollywood’s Dark Secret.