Radhika Apte Bra Size and Measurements
Radhika Apte’s outstanding body raises many questions. More specifically, what are movie actress’ bra size and cup size? Learn more about Radhika Apte’s body statistics and other facts below!
Radhika Apte is an Indian actress of film and theatre. She is best known for roles such as Phaguniya in the biographical film Manjhi – The Mountain Man, Kumudhavalli in the Tamil drama Kabali, Tripti Gokhale in the comedy Hunterrr, Lajjo in Parched and Mehak Deo in Phobia. She is also notable for her roles as Kanchan (Koko) in the thriller Badlapur, Nandini in Rakht Charitra I and Nalini in Dhoni. Born on September 7, 1985 in Pune, Maharastra, India, into a Marathi community, her father, Dr. Charudutt Apte, is a Pune’s leading neurosurgeon and chairman of Sahyadri Hospital. She is a Fergusson College graduate with a degree in economics and mathematics. Apte began her acting career in theatre, working with the theatre troupe Aasakta in her home town, before venturing into films. She made her feature film debut in Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi! (2005). She married British composer Benedict Taylor in 2012.
Her father, Dr. Charudutt Apte, is a leading neurosurgeon and served as the chairman of Sahyadri Hospital. In 2012, she married British composer Benedict Taylor.
In the historical drama Manjhi: The Mountain Man, she stars alongside Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
Body Statistics Table
Radhika Apte's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!
|1.6 m, 5'2" (feet & inches)
|55 kg, 121 pounds
|Cup Size (US)
|Cup Size B
|Bra Size (US)
|Implants or Natural (Breasts)
|34-26-35 inches (86-66-89 cm)
|Shoe Size (US)
|Dress Size (US)
Radhika Apte Inspirational Quotes
"When you are a freelancer, you are always looking for a next job. There is always struggle."
"My memories mean a lot to me, and I hold them close to my heart."
"I did quite a lot of research for 'Phobia' because it's a very sensitive topic, so I couldn't have just faked it."
"It is extremely important for one to face their fears and live a bold life."
"I don't think that independent or off-beat films are not commercial, nor do I want to categorise them. At the end of the day, what matters is how much you compromise to please the masses. But, I am not someone who loves compromising. If there's a lot to give up on things that matter to me, I start losing interest."