If you want to see a naked body, look at yourself in the mirror: Radhika

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Mumbai: Bollywood actor Radhika Apte, who was recently seen in Parched, was infuriated when a journalist asked her about the leaked video from the film.

Giving him a piece of her mind, the 31-year-old actress said, "I am an artiste. If I am required to do a certain job then I will do it. If you get out of your cocoon and look at the world cinema and what people are doing abroad, what people are successfully doing, who are not ashamed of their bodies, you'll probably not ask me this question."

The actress went mad when she was asked if controversies are mandatory to be successful referring to the leaked sex clip from her recently released 'Parched' at a press conference in Mumbai.
"Sorry, but your question is very ridiculous. Controversies are made by the people like you. You saw the clip, you shared with other people, you are the person... controversies are made out of," she said irately.

"People, who are ashamed of their bodies, have curiosity about other people's bodies. So if you want to see a naked body tomorrow, look at yourself in the mirror," she said.
Later, when the journalist said sorry about 'hurting' her, the Darmiyan actress said, "I feel hurt? You need to get over yourself, you'll get over it."


By HT

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