Not many know but actress Radhika Madan is also a trained dancer and aspired to be a professional dancer in her initial phase of life, before acting came her way.
Playing different characters, Radhika, however, rarely had the opportunity to showcase her dance moves on screen, but with Kuttey’s ‘Phir Dhan Te Nan’, she took the centre stage to flaunt her power-packed dance moves.
Though the audience witnessed glimpses of her dancing prowess in Shiddat, ‘Phir Dhan Te Nan’ features Radhika burning the dance floor with her energetic moves.
Talking about the same, Radhika shares, “I have always loved dancing, in fact, I wanted to be a professional dancer in career. Given the nature of my job, I have been blessed with very interesting and exciting roles, which not necessarily have let me explore the dancer me on screen.”
She adds, “I have performed on Dhan Te Nan in school at events and now life has come to a full circle as I am now actually featured in Phir Dhan Te Nan, dancing to the song I grew up listening to. Hence, I was extremely elated and excited for ‘Phir Dhan Te Nan’, because I look forward to parts that let me dance, as I believe that’s one of my favourite forms of expression.”
Having played diverse and impressive characters through varied genres, Radhika has emerged as a bankable actor with intense and impactful performances, project.
Marking the beginning of a spectacular year, Radhika is currently gearing for the first film of Bollywood’s calendar with Kuttey. Post that, she looks forward to a busy year with a total of six projects, including ‘Kachhey Limbu’, which recently gained appreciation from global audience at the TIFF.
In addition, Radhika also represented another Indian film at the global platform with the premiere of ‘Sanaa’ at Tallin Black Nights Film Festival.
Radhika will also be seen in Homi Adajania’s upcoming project, ‘Soorarai Pottru’s remake with Akshay Kumar and ‘Happy Teacher’s Day’ co-starring Nimrat Kaur, alongwith preparing for seventh upcoming film.