Radhika Apte recently spoke openly about turning down jobs and worrying she wouldn’t find work in Bollywood.
Actress Radhika Apte has made some surprising admissions regarding her time in the Bollywood film industry during the past few weeks. She previously opened up about being asked to have bigger b**bs and even her nose modified, but now she discusses her concerns about turning down a role since she is unsure if projects will continue to come in.
Radhika recently discussed the challenge of discovering personalities who inspire her in an interview. Continue reading to learn more about her reasons for choosing to take on only a limited amount of work, including the lack of quality screenplays.
Talking about rejecting a role, she said, “I just say, ‘I don’t feel like doing the part right now’. It is hard to reject because sometimes you don’t have anything else, and you feel, ‘Will I get work?’ As a freelance actor, you are constantly thinking about your next project; it can be scary, but it is ok.”
“It is difficult these days to find that good script as everyone is making everything so fast. There are lots of other parameters that have to fit in. It is difficult to find roles that you just wholeheartedly go and feel this is so well crafted. I live in two countries, and I work when I want to do work, I don’t do a lot of work because it makes me feel quite exhausted, so I select less work; I like it that way. When I don’t work, I write, read, and do things other than acting.”
In the recently released espionage comedy movie Mrs. Undercover, Radhika, who is highly known for roles in films like Badlapur, Phobia, Andhadhun, Monica, O My Darling, and others, recently made an appearance. The actresses’ upcoming work will take them to the US and the UK.