Radhika Apte has turned out to be synonymous with Indian web series thinking about her consecutive Netflix affiliations. We’ve seen the actor’s excellent exhibitions in shows like Sacred Games and more recently, ‘Ghoul’! In any case, did you realize that Radhiks Apte has likewise done some amazing short movies that deserve great applause and appreciation as well? Here are 5 of her best short movies that are a flat out must watch. Let’s have a look.

1. That Day After Everyday

Directed by Anurag Kashyap, this short film takes you through the lives of three women where Radhika Apte is in one of the lead roles and the film revolves around the concept of ‘eve-teasing’. The film ends with an action-filled crescendo and is totally worth a watch.

2. Ahalya

Directed by Sujoy Ghosh, Ahalya is a short film that deals with suspense, seduction and deceit. The nail-biting thriller which also stars the ace actor Soumitra Chatterjee alongside Radhika Apte became an overwhelming success.

3. Kriti

Kriti is a psychological thriller that deals with a man’s love interest which isn’t actually real. Radhika plays a psychiatrist helping Manoj Bajpayee, the protagonist come to terms with reality and gives a spell-binding performance. Kriti is written, directed and edited by Shirish Kunder and also stars Neha Sharma in one of the lead roles.

4. Lust Stories

Having a total duration of 120 minutes, Lust Stories cannot really be classified as a short film. But, the film is shot in such a way that it is a combination of four short stories about four different women, their sexual desires and modern relationships. One of these stories focuses on Radhika Apte who plays a college professor having an affair with her student. A Netflix original film, Lust Stories is created by popular Indian directors such as Zoya Akhtar, Karan Johar, Anurag Kashyap and Dibaker Banerjee and is truly worth a watch. You can watch the film on Netflix. Here’s the official trailer of Lust Stories-

5. Anouk- The Calling

Though it is more of an advertisement, it is beautifully written and manages to break all stereotypes, giving a reality check to the hypocrisy that exists in our society.
Debunking the old rules to make her own way, Radhika Apte shows us how bold is beautiful and it should be a philosophy we should live by.