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Radhika being an omnipresent character in the entertainment world, the filmmaker feels that seeking advice from the actress always works in favour of him.
Radhika also expressed that people should not only dream for Hollywood but also fight for equal representation in the world.
The trailer shows Ayushmann playing a blind pianist in the movie. But wait - is he really blind?
The goal is to tell "authentic Indian stories" on a world platform, said Simran Sethi, director creative, international originals, Netflix.
The series borrows a scary idea from an Arab fable of a satanic force acquiring human form to take revenge.
Patrick Graham's "Ghoul", ticks all the checkboxes as a dystopian show and the director says the setting provided "vitality" to the series, which is essentially a horror thriller.
Radhika Apte doesn't think her association with the streaming platform has been long and that the three series getting released around the same time was just a coincidence.
Online video streaming service Netflix has joined fans to pull off pun on Radhika Apte, the actor you would see the most in its original content from India.
Is there too much of Radhika Apte on Netflix? Weighing in on the question that became viral on social media, the actor said she took it as a compliment.
'Sacred Games' was well-received by both the critics and audiences who are now looking forward to its second season.
The premiere took place last night at the Great Eastern Mills in Byculla and in an apparent nod to the show's genre.
This is the second outing of Radhika and Raghavan after "Badlapur", which released in 2015.
The actor feels that change is slowly happening, and people are more open to discussing feminine hygiene now.
The film was feted at the Streaming Awards, a people's choice award show for the live streaming community, last month.
'Sacred Games' is based on Vikram Chandra's eponymous novel of 2006 and premiered worldwide on Netflix on July 6.