The on-screen character clearly adores adapting new dialects, and has a skill for lifting them up truly quick. She says, “I search for intriguing parts that can fulfill my enthusiasm for acting, regardless of the dialect. The adventure of working in different movies in the course of the most recent couple of years – be it Hindi, Marathi, Tamil or Bengali motion pictures – has acquainted me with numerous tongues.”
It began when Rahul Bose detected her in an exploratory play and suggested her for his Bengali film, Antaheen (2009). That Bengali film denoted the Maharashtrian performing artist’s first tryst with a dialect she was not effectively acquainted with.
After that, Radhika likewise shot for Ram Gopal Varma’s Rakht Charitra (2010) in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, all the while. “For my next, I looked over my Tamil, and the experience has been enhancing. I have been getting assistance from local people on the sets. As a performer, it’s aspect of my responsibilities to attempt different parts and get distinctive dialects. While the procedure hasn’t been simple, it has been fascinating,” says Radhika, who will impart screen space to Rajinikanth in her next.