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Actress Radhika Apte Feels The Need For Safer Work Culture

Radhika Apte hopes for better work culture

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Storytelling has been special part of my growing up years: Radhika Apte. (IANS)
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Actress Radhika Apte says there is a need to create a culture without sexual abuse of anybody.

“I think we need to create culture without sexual abuse for anybody then we will have a work culture,” Radhika Apte told IANS over an email.

As an actor, she has to deal with hectic schedules and travel a lot. Radhika says she tries to drink a lot of water and get proper sleep.

“I don’t do much for skin. Just drink water, try to get proper sleep, exercise, sweat it out, keep it moisturised, and most importantly clean. That’s basically what I do.”

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Bollywood actress Radhika Apte says that sexual abuse is not only in B-town but in every part of the society. Wikimedia Commons

For hair?

The actress, who launched a botanical hair tonic True Roots that delays hair greying, said: “I didn’t do much before this. This is like the only product I have started to keep in my bag very lately. It delays hair greying by working directly on the roots…It’s in a spray format, easy-to-use and non-sticky.”

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She says it suited her needs.

“I do have a lot of greys and I do have a need to cover them and I hadn’t found such a natural solution and an easy solution to prevent my greys and also go to the root cause, rather than superficially hiding them,” she said. (IANS)

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Actress Radhika Apte Considers Storytelling As a Special Part of Her Life

She hopes she would come together with Rajkummar and Kalki for an on-screen project too

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Storytelling has been special part of my growing up years: Radhika Apte. (IANS)

Actress Radhika Apte says storytelling has been a special part of her life since her growing up days. She says she used to listen to Marathi writer and humorist Purushottam Laxman Deshpande on cassettes.

Radhika was present at the launch of Audible.in, a dedicated service for Indians by Audible, the world’s leading seller and producer of downloadable audiobooks and other spoken-word content. She, along with actors Rajkummar Rao and Kalki Koechlin, have come together for the first time to narrate the Audible adaptation of the novel.

On the experience, Radhika told IANS: “I’ve transitioned from an audible listener to an audible narrator with this project, which is the highlight for me. Storytelling has been such a special part of my growing up years. I remember the time when I used to listen to Purushottam Laxman Deshpande on cassettes. He was such a great storyteller, could really draw you into a great story and it’s great to know that Audible too just does that.”

Radhika Apte, Rajkummar and Kalki came together for the first time to narrate the Audible adaptation of Hussain Zaidi’s novel “Mafia Queens of Mumbai”.

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Radhika Apte.

On that, she said: “I really enjoyed discovering these amazing stories of these strong women that made a name for themselves. It helped uncover a new side of Mumbai.

“My mama (maternal uncle) used to live in Mumbai and tell me stories of gang lords but we never heard about the women of the underworld, and ‘Mafia Queens of Mumbai’ gave me that opportunity.”

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She hopes she would come together with Rajkummar and Kalki for an on-screen project too.

“I hope so soon! They are truly great actors,” she said. (IANS)