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Villagers praising Parched left Radhika Apte astonished

Radhika Apte to play an army officer in her next Indo-foreign film, Ghul.

radhika apte Radhika Apte’s Parched released on 23rd September 2016.

Radhika Apte says she was amazed to know that the people of a remote village in Maharashtra liked her film Parched. “I was astonished to see in one of the villages in Maharashtra, the villagers told me they watched Parched and liked it,” Apte said. The 31-year-old actress, who was in the city for the launch of Craveller’s digital platform, said she enjoyed playing her part in the film.

Parched, directed by Leena Yadav, starring Apte, Surveen Chawla and Tannishtha Chatterjee, is produced by Ajay Devgn. Asked if she has seen the one of the most praised films of the year, Pink, Apte said, “I am really going to disappoint you because I haven’t seen the film owing to hectic schedule of my movie promotions and a lot of travelling. Pink is on my top priority list to watch.”

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Talking about her upcoming projects the actress said she has three films in her kitty, of which two are indo-foreign films including Ghul, in which she plays an army officer. There are three films yet to be released. One is Ghul where I am playing a military officer. There is another big project which I cannot talk about at this point of time,” Apte said.

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