Yesteryears Hero-ine Radhika is a picture of confidence. She is one actress who minces no words and has the guts to call a spade a spade and has come miles ahead since her debut flick “Kizhakke Pogum Rayil” in which she played a village belle.
Today, she stands with poise, as the proud owner of a media production house, a streak of successful films and TV serials to her credit. Adding to the already-crowded feathers on her cap, Radhika is now all set to venture into theatre as she has tied up with a popular theatre company in the city.
"It’s just an attempt to venture into all forms of entertainment. Being the daughter of a theatre personality (the late actor M R Radha) it was only natural that I was fascinated by theatre. I have also travelled a lot to catch up with the latest plays all over the world. Moreover, I have noticed that theatre scene is doing extremely well in the north compared to south. So, I wanted the culture to really sink in the south too," she starts off.
Radhika will kick start her new innings with the play, The 39th Step, which won accolades all over the world. "It’s a very interesting play in which four actors play 150 roles in one-and-a-half hours and is an absolute masterpiece of visual humour. The production is also planning to bring in many foreign plays. I would love to bring the Lion King someday."