Radhika Apte was asked to enact a 'phone sex scene' for Dev D audition

The actress had earlier revealed that she had slapped her co-star once.

 Radhika Apte was asked to enact a 'phone sex scene' for Dev D audition
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New Delhi: The bold and beautiful actress Radhika Apte, who is known for her fierce opinion and impeccable acting abilities, confessed in a recent interview that she was once asked to enact a 'phone sex scene' for Dev D audition.

Radhika along with actor Rajkummar Rao made an appearance on Neha Dhupia’s talk show BFFs with Vogue. According to reports, when the show’s host Neha Dhupia asked Radhika about her craziest audition, she said, “The weirdest audition was when I had to have phone sex for Dev D. I had to tie my hair or eat a lollipop or something. And I used to live in Pune, and I never had phone sex till then ever. But I did it and it was great fun. Although I didn’t get the part…clearly.”

However, Radhika didn't bag the role and that part was played by Mahie Gill in the film which also starred Kalki Koechlin and Abhay Deol in lead roles.

During a segment, Neha also asked Radhika about Ekta Kapoor’s comment about her. Ekta had once said, “Who is Radhika Apte?” However, the 'Phobia' actress didn't react to the statement and said that she doesn’t pay much heed to such comments and rumours no matter who says them. She further added, “When that happened, I was in London studying dance. I still really don’t know why this was said because I met her after that and she was lovely to me. There were rumours of me dating Tusshar, well, I didn’t even have Tusshar’s phone number. I used to find all this so funny because I wasn’t used to it.”

The actress had earlier revealed that she had slapped her co-star once. The report quoted her as saying, “It was my first day on the set and a famous South actor started to tickle my feet. I was stunned as we’d never met before and I instinctively slapped him.”

On the work front, Radhika will be next seen with Saif Ali Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui in 'Sacred Games', Netflix India's original web-series. It is based on Vikram Chandra's 2006 bestseller thriller novel by the same name 'Sacred Games'.

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