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It's a wrap for Radhika Apte's Phobia

It's a wrap for Radhika Apte's Phobia

India Blooms News Service | | 29 Jan 2016, 10:18 pm
Mumbai, Jan 29 (IBNS): Bollywood's newest sensation, Radhika Apte who set pulse racing with her short film Ahalya and has recently wrapped her first schedule of her film Kabali opposite Rajinikanth, is a busy woman.
The Badlapur actress wrapped yet another project of hers on Thursday.
Her upcoming next, Phobia is a film based on multiple fears.
Radhika Apte plays the main protagonist, and it's her first film in this genre. The film is directed by Pawan Kriplaney.  
The actress who turned fearless with each passing day on the sets, wrapped the shoot of the film on Thursday.
The actress shared on a social networking website, "Night shoot.. Last shoot day for #Phobia."
When asked about her experience during the project, Radhika shared, "The film required me to be constantly emoting fear. Now fear is one of the most exhausting emotions! At the end of the day I would get so exhausted and would often get scared at the drop of a hat."
After impressing critics and audiences with "Manjhi: The Mountain Man" and "Ahalya", actress Radhika Apte is ready to show her acting skills in upcoming psychological thriller "Phobia".