Mar 152018

This episode of BFFs with Vogue will see Bollywood besties Radhika Apte and Rajkummar Rao in an interrogative session with host Neha Dhupia

Radhika Apte
Radhika Apte 

The upcoming episode of Neha Dhupia’s BFFs with Vogue will see Bollywood besties Rajkummar Rao and Radhika Apte making some sensational revelations on the show to host Neha Dhupia. The promo of the episode got was released on the Instagram handle of Colors Infinity channel.

When Neha Dhupia asked Radhika Apte about her perception in the industry on the upcoming episode of Colors Infinity’s BFFs with Vogue, the PadMan actress had an interesting anecdote to share. She told that people in the industry often look at her as a girl next door and traditional woman which she isn’t much happy about. She has strived to change that image by doing diverse films such as Padman, Bazaar, Bombay Talkies, Netflix in the past year. And she really hopes people’s outlook towards her changes.

Radhika Apte and Rajkummar Rao
Radhika Apte and Rajkummar Rao on the set of BFFs with Vogue.

The entire episode will go on air on Friday at 8 pm.

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.”

Also Read: Radhika Apte On Being Trolled: Do You Expect Me To Wear A Saree On The Beach?

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