Radhika Apte Recalls Being Told To Go Under The Knife For Looks, Says Had That Pressure Before


When it comes to life on her own terms, actress Radhika Apte, who is known for doing bold scenes in films, is a warrior. The diva, who was seen in the film Parched doing sex scenes with Adil Hussain, has spoken out about being advised she needed plastic surgery to improve her appearance.

According to a recent interview update, the actress has stated that she is not a fan of body enlargement or botox fillings to achieve a specific look.

Radhika Apte stated that she wanted to age naturally and that she is unable to comprehend the types of procedures that people in the film industry undergo. The actress revealed that she was also told to go under the knife despite not opting for even the most basic alterations such as colouring her hair for 30 years.

Radhika told Film Companion that she was advised to get all types of plastic surgery when she first started her career in the industry, but it only made her angrier.

“I’ve been under that kind of stress before. When I first started, I was advised that I needed to do a lot of work on my body and face. I was ordered to change my nose at my first meeting. I was told to get a breast job at my second meeting.

Then I was urged to do something about my legs, then my jaw, and something to refill around here (pointing to her cheeks), and then botox “The actress went on to say that merely colouring her hair took her 30 years.

“I’m not even getting an injection. It simply turned me off. It never made me feel pressed. In fact, I became more enraged.” She also stated that all of this contributed to her learning to love herself and her body. “”I adore my body,” she continued.