Radhika Apte on being trolled: Do you expect me to wear a saree on the beach?
Radhika Apte was trolled for wearing a bikini in Goa and she gave it back to the trolls with a bang on reply
Radhika Apte doesn't pay heed to trolls.
Radhika Apte is currently vacaying in Goa and posted some amazing pictures on Instagram. The actress donned a blue and white striped two-piece while enjoying the tranquillity of the place. However, the social media moral police were all ready with their wand. The trolls slut-shamed the actress for wearing a bikini and advised that it was against the 'Indian culture'.
However, knowing the actress to speak her mind, Radhika didn't refrain from giving it back to the trolls. In a conversation with DNA, she said, "I didn't even know I was being trolled till someone told me. It's ridiculous! Do people expect me to wear a sari on a beach?" When the actress was further asked how she deals with trolls, the Padman actress said, "I don't know them, so I don't deal with them."
Well, this isn't for the first time that an actress has been trolled for her style of clothing. Sonam Kapoor, Taapsee Pannu, Shama Sikander and many others have time and again been trolled.
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."
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