All stories by Radhika Sharma
'People Know How To Say I Love You In Korean'Rediff.com19 Sep 2022
'Everyone is watching Korean content.' 'Their films are a lot like our Indian films.' 'Their emotion, expressions, it's all very Indian.'
Covid patients struggle to shake off hospital imagesRediff.com24 May 2021
Many of those who have been to Covid hell and back are unable to shake off the memories of their days in hospitals, leading to worries about post-traumatic stress disorder and other anxiety related problems, including insomnia.
Why Tamannah Bhatia is trying to changeRediff.com14 May 2021
'I'm trying to move away from what I've done before, not because I'm not happy with what it was, but because I have already done that.'
'We will release Radhe again in the theatres'Rediff.com12 May 2021
'It's not a sequel to Wanted, it's just that the character's name is Radhe.'
'For me, there's no hero or villain'Rediff.com15 Jan 2021
'I find drawing inspiration for characters from real life very limiting.'
Can Kenny Sebastian get serious? Only if it's funny!Rediff.com1 Jun 2020
With comic Kenny Sebastian, you don't just get a stand-up act, you get a performance.
Who does Neeraj Kabi in Pataal Lok remind you of?Rediff.com19 May 2020
'He was once a hero. He was the poster boy of investigative journalism.' 'Then suddenly, because the TRPs of his channel were down, his boss decides to sack him.'
What it's like being a woman director in BollywoodRediff.com1 Dec 2018
'We are finicky, extremely detail-oriented, authoritative and we like it like that.'
Guess what Varun Dhawan's dream was?Rediff.com28 Nov 2018
'Working with Papa was the toughest,' confesses Varun Dhawan.
'This year brought me the worst and best experience of my life'Rediff.com27 Nov 2018
Radhika Sharma/PTI catches up with the stars at the international film festival in Goa.
'Not a single woman who does not have a #MeToo story'Rediff.com19 Oct 2018
'Yes, there will be some posts that will be shared out of revenge but most of the people who have been named and shamed like M J Akbar and Alok Nath have been known to be serial offenders for years.'
When designer Sabyasachi shamed women who can't wear a sariRediff.com15 Feb 2018
'If you tell me you do not know how to wear a saree, I would say shame on you.'
'A car wouldn't refuse to move if a woman is driving'Rediff.com29 Dec 2017
Meet Selvi, the abused child bride who refused to be held back by her gender.