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Radhika Apte (born 7 September 1985) is an Indian theater and film actress.
Born in Vellore, Tamil Nadu, brought up in Pune, Maharashtra, Apte began acting in theatre productions before venturing into films.
She made her feature film debut with a brief role in the Hindi fantasy Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi! (2005). Apte has since worked in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Bengali, and Marathi-language films.
Apte’s first starring role was in the 2009 Bengali social drama Antaheen.
She made her Marathi film debut in 2009 with the tragic romance Samaantar.
She gathered widespread praise for her supporting work in three of her 2015 Bollywood productions including the thriller Badlapur, the comedy Hunterrr, and the biographical film Manjhi – The Mountain Man.
Her leading roles in the 2016 independent films Phobia and Parched earned her further acclaim.
In 2018, Apte starred in three Netflix productions—the anthology film Lust Stories, the thriller series Sacred Games, and the horror miniseries Ghoul.
In addition to her work in independent films, Apte has played the romantic interest of the lead male character in the Marathi crime thriller Lai Bhaari (2014) the Tamil drama Kabali (2016), the Hindi biographical film Pad Man (2018), and the Hindi black comedy Andhadhun (2018), all of which were commercially successful.
She has been married to London-based musician Benedict Taylor since 2012.
Radhika Apte is born in Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India, where both her parents were studying and working as Doctors at the Christian Medical College and hospital, Vellore.
Her father Dr. Charudutt Apte subsequently became a neurosurgeon and chairman of Sahyadri Hospital, Pune.
Her family are Hindu Marathis, and she is an Economics and Mathematics graduate from Fergusson College, Pune.In Pune, she studied initially in a regular school, and then was home schooled alongwith four friends by their parents living in the same building, who did not want their children to go through the regular schooling system.
Apte found this experience liberating as it boosted her self confidence. While growing up in Pune, Apte trained under Kathak exponent Rohini Bhate for eight years.
During this time, Apte became involved in theater in Pune and decided to go to Mumbai to join films. However, a few months later, Apte got discouraged by her experience in Mumbai and returned to her family in Pune.
Apte recounted these times in an interview with Scoop Whoop in 2018, as a learning yet demoralizing experience, wherein she managed with her salary of 8 to 10,000 Rs. from theater roles and having to put up with odd house owners and room mates in Goregaon, where she lived as a paying guest.
During this time, Apte acted in her first film, a Marathi Konkani film called “Gho mala asala hawa” (2009). This was followed by her first Hindi film “Shore in the city” after which she acted in “Rakta Charitra” 1 and 2, and “I am”.
On returning to Pune, Apte made an overnight decision of going to London for a year, where she studied contemporary dance at London’s Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance for a year. Apte calls her experience in London a life changing experience as she was opened to a completely different and liberating way of working professionally. There she met her future husband Benedict, who subsequently moved to Pune with her, travelling regularly to Mumbai for his work while Apte still did not want to return to Mumbai due to her earlier experience.
After a year, she finally agreed to move to Mumbai, and her second experience in Mumbai was far more positive, as she was no longer alone.