Radhika Apte promoting Badlapur and Hunterrr with her nu#de pics?

In 2011, Apte appeared in the anthology film I Am and in Shor in the City under Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Films banner. She worked for the third time with the Bhave-Sukthankar duo on Ha Bharat Majha (2012), a film inspired by Anna Hazare’s movement that was shot in 14 days[17] and screened at various film festivals.[18][19][20] Her two other 2012 releases were Tukaram in Marathi and Dhoni, her maiden Tamil film. For her performance in the latter she was nominated for SIIMA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

In 2013, she was seen in the Bengali film Rupkatha Noy.[21] About her character she said, “I play Sananda, an IT engineer, who is a single mother of a three-year-old child. Sananda had a dreadful past, which keeps haunting her”.[22] Apte’s first four 2014 releases were Postcard, Pendulum,[23] Legend[24] and Vetri Selvan in four different languages—Marathi, Bengali, Telugu and Tamil, respectively—after which another Marathi film of hers, Lai Bhaari, released. Pendulum, which was described by Apte as a “story on magic realism which takes you through multiple layers of parallel realities, or apparent realities”,[25] had her playing a working woman in relationship with a younger man,[26] while in Vetri Selvan she had played the role of a lawyer.[27] Legend and Lai Bhaari were commercial success, the latter breaking the opening weekend box office record[28] and becoming the highest grossing Marathi film of all time

Apte is actively involved with theatre[9] and has been part of several stage plays, mostly in Marathi language. She is associated with Mohit Takalkar’s theatre troupe Aasakta Kalamanch in her hometown and has acted in plays like Tu, Purnaviram, Matra Ratra and Samuel Beckett’s That Time with Rehan Engineer.[10] She also performed a commercial Hindi play Kanyadaan and an English play named Bombay Black.[15] In 2013, she was part of a Marathi play named Uney Purey Shahar Ek, which was an adaptation of Girish Karnad’s Benda Kaalu on Toast (“Baked Beans of Toast”) and she has stated that she has plans to do an English play in London.[54] Apte has said that she prefers to work in experimental theatre