Radhika Apte: 'Parched' far more than leaked scenes

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Mumbai: Actress Radhika Apte says she wasn't discouraged once the leaked nude scenes from her forthcoming film 'Parched' went viral. The clips were seen as a selling gimmick and created an issue.

"It isn't discouraging. i'm not delayed regarding it (nude scenes) starting off. i'm not fazed regarding of these things," Radhika, 31, told Media.

"I did understand that my role would need Maine to try to to the nude scenes. i used to be astounded with the manner the media unbroken on talking regarding it," she adscititious.

Ask her however she prohibited the problem, and Radhika says, "I do not suppose an excessive amount of regarding these items. The film is far quite this scene. it is not a leaked scene, the film is (released) abroad in several countries and it's obtainable on Netflix."

The film additionally stars Surveen Chawla, Tannishtha Chatterjee and Sayani Gupta.

Directed by Leena Yadav, 'Parched' is ready in rural Gujarat and traces the bittersweet tale of four ordinary ladies. it's won acclaim at international film festivals.

The film, created by Ajay Devgn and Aseem Bajaj, is ready to release in India on Gregorian calendar month 23.

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