- Radhika Apte's apartment is in Mumbai
- She shares the apartment with her husband Benedict
- Radhika has a personal dressing room in the house
"He's better at imagining what the house could be turned into. I'm better at turning it into that thing," she added.
Here's a tour of Radhika's Mumbai apartment, which will make you want to redecorate your home.
"When you wake up, you need to have light in your house," said the actress, whose house is all about space and nature. It's not hard to miss the so many plant pots around the house and this is what Radhika said: "I have lots of plants. I like to have lots of plants because I have grown up around trees."
Memories In The Form Of Furniture:
Radhika said that she has three special pieces of furniture in the house which originally belonged to her grandmother. "Even the dust" on them reminds Radhika of her.
Radhika's Favourite Reading Spot:
"This used to be a balcony, which I've taken in. This is one of my favourite spots because I open this completely and such lovely breeze comes in inspite of it being Bombay. In the monsoons, it's better. I just get my tea. My night teas happen here with these lights on," she said about his space.
Kitchen Done Right:
"I think this space is one of the most important spaces for me," said Radhika.
Minimalistic Bedroom Decor:
Radhika Apte hopes to fill up the yellow wall with "different kinds of paintings."
"This is my small tiny room where I get ready. This is where I get my hair and make-up done for some events or look tests or auditions and what not. This makes me sort of have that distance from my private space to my work space. So, I get ready and literally exit," said Radhika.
Take a tour of Radhika's Mumbai home here:
Last seen in PadMan, her next film is Bazaar, starring Saif Ali Khan.
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