Radhika Apte is here to spread some love in the air with her red hot photoshoot for Cosmopolitan India. What a perfect month to flaunt her love for red, right? While Valentine's Day is just around the corner, it's time to pick all the red attires in your wardrobe and indulge in what they call a cliche celebration. The Andhadhun actress turns a 'love guru' in this new edition where she's ready to spill some beans on how she made her long-distance relationship work. Radhika has always been a director's delight to work with and now, she's a perfect muse for a photographer who's eager to capture her raw beauty through his lenses. Radhika Apte Vs Rakul Preet Singh – Who Slayed Better in Black Moschino Leather Dress as a Cover Girl? (See Pics).
Dressed in a red checkered crop skirt with a matching A-line skirt, Radhika sizzled in her style statement. She paired her look with red bold lipstick, wavy hair and statement earrings. We loved her co-ordinated separates and the way she carried it with so much panache. The actress is definitely soaring the temperatures with her new hot click and we can't hold our horses till we get our hands on some of the inside pictures from the same photoshoot. Radhika Apte Stuns in Black Faux Leather Outfit on the Cover of Maxim Magazine's November Issue, See Pic.
Radhika Apte for Cosmopolitan India
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Our February issue ft. the biggest toast of the season, Radhika Apte is here! The versatile actor gives us her take on love and other things. ✨ Photographer: @sureshnatarajan.in; Styling: @zunailimalik; Hair & Make-up: @tenzinkyizom_official at @inega.in; Production: @ikp.insta Radhika is wearing: Crop top and Skirt: @rahulmishra_7; Watch: @danielwellington; Earrings: @dior #RadhikaApte #CosmoIndia
Cosmopolitan will never experiment with its magazine covers. It's probably the layout they follow that doesn't allow them to embrace any creativity. With a solid colour backdrop and their stunner of the month posing against it, the magazine takes very little effort to offer anything innovative. But we can't really blame our stars for it, can we?