Radhika Apte trusts that film industry is changing and no more it remains a ‘hero driven’ locale. In any case, she declines to be known as a hero and gladly says that she ‘is not a hero, but a heroine.
While discussing her forthcoming psychological thriller film Phobia, Radhika said, ““Definitely not hero of the film, but I am a heroine of the film. A heroine can be equally strong, but as far as playing the central part and being the only character in the film is concerned, it was not hard. I love working and if you give me work every day in every film, I would absolutely do it.”
Radhika plays an agoraphobic and feels that fits of anxiety have neurological and natural motivations to it, including that they ought to be tended to with proper treatment.
Discussing the research she made for the movie Radhika said, “The film depends on extremely touchy subject. I expected to do it properly. You can’t go out and order some sensational fits of anxiety. It would have been really unfair.”
She included, “We researched, read a great deal about it, met analysts, specialists and patients, and saw much footage of fits of anxiety. Truth is told; we read every page of the script to know the correct method for treating every scene.”
Fear is coordinated by Pavan Kirpalani, and is slated to release on May 27. – CINEWS