Radhika Apte goes Monochrome for Harper’s Bazaar photo shoot

05 . Jan . 2019
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  • Radhika Apte stuns in Harper’s Bazaar photoshoot

Radhika Apte is everywhere – and now she makes her presence felt in the 10th anniversary Harper’s Bazaar edition. Radhika sports a black and white ensemble, sharp make-up, including slicked back hair and a sultry look to boot.  The glam magazine also revealed inside photos from the photo shoot and ensures that the theme of the photoshoot is predominantly black and white.

The Harper’s Bazaar edition’s title says that it celebrates women who have taken risks and made style. Radhika has done both, by being one of the first mainstream actors to make their streaming debut with Sacred Games. She later went on to act in Ghoul, another Netflix mini-series that was set in an apocalyptic future.

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Our January cover star is a performer in the classical sense of the word. A dancer and an actress of screen and stage, Radhika Apte (@radhikaofficial )is committed to her craft and rewriting the rules of what it means to be a Bollywood star. She truly has been the superwoman of 2018 with six releases in fewer than 12 months. Read more in our Jan/Feb issue. Editor: Nonita Kalra (@nonitakalra ) Creative director: Yurreipem Arthur (@yurreipem ) Fashion director: Edward Lalrempuia (@edwardlalrempuia ) Photographer: @marieb.photography at @deucreativemanagement Makeup: Namrata Soni (@namratasoni ) Hair: Tenzin Kyizom (@tenzinkyizom_official ) Production: Parul Menezes (@parulmenezes ) Location: The Quarry CO:LAB (@thequarrygallery ) Shirt, pants, and corset: Dior (@dior ) Earrings and ring: C. Krishniah Chetty Group of Jewellers (@ckcjewellers ) (@ckcsons ) Watch and bracelet: Daniel Wellington (@danielwellington ) #bazaarindia #Januarycover #Radhikaapte #bazaarcovers #onstandsnow

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“If a film promotes something that I don’t believe in, then I won’t do it. I can be objectified in a film as long as the film doesn’t promote objectification of women,” says Radhika Apte (@radhikaofficial). We sat down with her to know about her unconventional choices in work and life. Pick up our Jan/Feb issue to know more about this versatile actor. Editor: Nonita Kalra (@nonitakalra) Text by: Supriya Nair (@supriyanair ) Creative director: Yurreipem Arthur (@yurreipem) Fashion director: Edward Lalrempuia (@edwardlalrempuia) Photographer: @marieb.photography at @deucreativemanagement Makeup: Namrata Soni (@namratasoni) Hair: Tenzin Kyizom (@tenzinkyizom_official) Production: Parul Menezes (@parulmenezes) Location: The Quarry CO:LAB (@thequarrygallery) Dress: @_vedikam Earrings and rings: @ckcjewellers , @ckcsons Bag: @coach #bazaarindia #bazaarcovers #januaryissue #radhikaapte

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“Dance means so much to me that I’ve never really sought out a role on-screen that requires a lot of it. Something about me has always wanted to keep it private.” says Radhika Apte (@radhikaofficial ). Pick up our Jan/Feb issue for more. Editor: Nonita Kalra (@nonitakalra) Text by: Supriya Nair (@supriyanair ) Creative director: Yurreipem Arthur (@yurreipem) Fashion director: Edward Lalrempuia (@edwardlalrempuia) Photographer: @marieb.photography at @deucreativemanagement Makeup: Namrata Soni (@namratasoni) Hair: Tenzin Kyizom (@tenzinkyizom_official) Production: Parul Menezes (@parulmenezes) Location: The Quarry CO:LAB (@thequarrygallery) Dress: @dior Earrings and ring: @ckcjewellers , @ckcsons Watch and bracelet: @danielwellington #bazaarindia #januaryissue #radhikaapte

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Some movie stars are children of destiny. It didn’t have to be this way for Radhika Apte (@radhikaofficial ), who is, first and foremost, an artist. Read more about her in our Jan/Feb issue. Editor: Nonita Kalra (@nonitakalra) Text by: Supriya Nair (@supriyanair ) Creative director: Yurreipem Arthur (@yurreipem) Fashion director: Edward Lalrempuia (@edwardlalrempuia) Photographer: @marieb.photography at @deucreativemanagement Makeup: Namrata Soni (@namratasoni) Hair: Tenzin Kyizom (@tenzinkyizom_official) Production: Parul Menezes (@parulmenezes) Location: The Quarry CO:LAB (@thequarrygallery) Dress: @paulekaofficiel Earrings and ring: @ckcjewellers , @ckcsons Shoes: @jimmychoo #bazaarindia #januaryissue #radhikaapte

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There’s something unbending about Radhika Apte(@radhikaofficial ). We sat down with her to know how she is rewriting the rules of what it means to be a bollywood star. Read more in our Jan/Feb issue. Editor: Nonita Kalra (@nonitakalra) Text by: Supriya Nair (@supriyanair ) Creative director: Yurreipem Arthur (@yurreipem) Fashion director: Edward Lalrempuia (@edwardlalrempuia) Photographer: @marieb.photography at @deucreativemanagement Makeup: Namrata Soni (@namratasoni) Hair: Tenzin Kyizom (@tenzinkyizom_official) Production: Parul Menezes (@parulmenezes) Location: The Quarry CO:LAB (@thequarrygallery) Top: @bodicebodice Earrings: @ckcjewellers , @ckcsons Bracelets: @danielwellington #bazaarindia #radhikaapte #januaryissue

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