The actress said she prefers real characters over larger- than-life roles. "I find playing morally-ambiguous characters easier than a woman who is always cute on screen.The 29-year-old actress said she really liked her role of in "Badlapur". "It was interesting when I was narrated the script of 'Badlapur' because the character I play is an independent, educated woman but still wants to support her husband when she is not even sure whether he has done the murder or not.


"I found it to be a grey place, which can be explored. That really interested me," Radhika said.The "Shor in the City" actress said her flirtatious scene with actor Varun Dhawan in the film was a result of improvisation and she feels it made her character more to watch.

In a contrast to "Badlapur" is Radhika's next,coming-of-age comedy "Hunterrr", about a young guy's (Gulshan Devaiah) lustful journey. Radhika feels the subtleties in the relationship between Trupti and Gulshan's Mandar Ponkshe add an exciting flavour to the movie."I am happy that I am having back-to-back releases after four years. More work is always welcome," she said.

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