Radhika Apte: I Believe in Falling in Love With Many People

Radhika Apte: I Believe in Falling in Love With Many People

Radhika Apte recently appeared on BFFs with Vogue and made some assertions about love and monogamy. She believes that monogamy is a choice that has to be made every day
Radhika Apte: I Believe in Falling in Love With Many People
Radhika Apte

Bollywood actor Radhika Apte has established herself as one of the most versatile and talented actors of the industry. With films like Parched, Badlapur, Padman, Lust Stories and Andhadhun; she has managed to make her mark in the industry. Together with her stellar performances, she is also known to speak her mind without fear and judgement. Radhika is of the opinion that you can love more than one person, at the same time; and that too in different ways. She recently revealed that she herself loves too many people at the same time and on various levels and in various ways.

The actor recently appeared on an episode of BFFs with Vogue - Season 3, aired on Colors Infinity, on which she opened up about her philosophy on love. She was questioned by host Neha Dhupia about the ‘temptations’ while being on-set, to which the actor responed, “Of course you get tempted. You don’t have to be an actor to be tempted.”

“In life, you meet so many people and there are so many wonderful people and you get tempted. Sometimes it’s a physical attraction, sometimes it’s just admiration and that can be very potent also and I think that’s beautiful. Why would you not address that aspect of your life?” she asserted.

The Lust Stories actor went on to share how everyone’s thought process changes as they grow and evolve. “I believe in falling in love with many people. I love too many people at the time also on various levels and in various ways. Like how I could love dancing and acting, why can’t I love you and you in different ways? So I don’t punish myself or tell myself ‘Oh my God, what happened’,” she said.

During the episode, the actor also opened up about monogamy. She said, “Monogamy or being with one person has to be a choice made every day. It can’t be a compulsion. I need to make that choice every day, wake up and say this is the person I want to be with.” She also said she is lucky to have a husband like Benedict Taylor.

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