Be it fashion or movies, Radhika Apte has been an inspiration to many. Taking her voguish game a notch higher, the actress recently graced a cover of the leading magazine and is a sheer pleasure to the eyes.
On the cover photo, Radhika is seen dressed in a mustard long dress with tresses pulled back in a pony tail and dewy dusky glowy makeup. Her eyes are gleaming with joy and her scintillating smile gives the final touches to the photo. The magazine took to their social media and shared, “Hello stunner! 😍”
Following the cover photo are the series of inside images. Carrying on the same outfit in a different pose, Radhika looks like a boss lady posing on a couch with an intense pleasant look. Minimalistic jewellery complete the look.
In her second look, dressed in all white – Radhika adds her charm and pulls the look with versatility. One can never go wrong with white and Radhika proves that. With bold lips, open tresses and deep neck, she is dressed to kill.
In her third look, Radhika is standing tall with her deep salmon satin matching co-ords with attached belt and hanging tassels. The rather dressy outfit and Radhika’s confidence is accentuating the entire look.
For her next look, the actress is wearing a yellow knitted sweater and white bottoms and sitting on a chair. White peeps toes and middle partitioned open hair complete her look. Following this, she is next seen in a knit textured co-ord. Keeping it simple, Radhika looks like a complete diva.
For the last look, Radhika chose a complete off-white attire which dramatic puffed sleeves. The intense gaze in her eyes is definitely not to be missed. We loved the look!!!!
Radhika is truly the ‘Woman of the Hour’, with her remarkable trajectory of projects and her unconventional choice of roles, she has managed to unleash all her facets as an actor and now she is acing the director in her.
Shining bright nationally, Radhika is doing an incredibly work internationally with her upcoming French film ‘A Call to Spy’. Last seen in’Raat Akeli Hai’, the actress released her directorial debut ‘Sleepwalkers’ which eve won ‘The Best Midnight Short Award’ at the Palms Spring International Short Fest that was held online.