Radhika Madan (born 1 May 1995) is an Indian actress who works in Hindi films and television. Madan is a recipient of several accolades including a Screen Award and a Filmfare OTT Award. Madan was featured by Forbes India in their 30 Under 30 list of 2024.[1]

Radhika Madan
Madan in 2023
Born (1995-05-01) 1 May 1995 (age 29)
Delhi, India
Alma materJesus and Mary College
OccupationActress
Years active2014–present

After graduating from Jesus and Mary College, she began her acting career with the television soap opera Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi (2014–2016).[2] She made her film debut with Vishal Bhardwaj's drama Pataakha in 2018, for which she won the Screen Award for Best Female Debut. Madan subsequently starred in the films Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota (2018), Angrezi Medium (2020), and Shiddat (2021). She won a Filmfare OTT Award for the anthology film Ray (2021) and has since starred in the crime drama series Saas, Bahu Aur Flamingo (2023).

Early life

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Radhika Madan was born on 1 May 1995[3] in Delhi. Her father, Sujit Madan is a businessman and her mother, Neeru Madan is a painter. She has an elder brother named Arjun Madan.[4] Madan completed her schooling from Delhi Public School, Mathura Road, New Delhi, and did her graduation in Bachelor’s of Commerce from Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi, New Delhi.[5]

Career

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Television career (2014–2017)

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Hailing from Delhi, Madan started her career by making her acting debut in the daily soap opera TV series Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi on Colors TV. She played the female lead Ishaani Vaghela opposite Shakti Arora, that earned her massive popularity.[6] The series became one of the most famous shows of Colors TV, airing for over 400 episodes from June 2014 to February 2016.[7]

While busy in shooting for Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi, Madan also simultaneously participated in Colors TV's dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 8 in 2015.[8][9] In 2017, Madan appeared alongside Shakti Arora in the Indonesian television series Cinta di Pangkuan Himalaya.[10][11]

Film debut and early work (2018–2022)

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Madan quit television to make her feature film debut in Vishal Bhardwaj's drama Pataakha (2018) alongside Sanya Malhotra.[12][13] Based on the short story Do Behnen by Charan Singh Pathik, which revolved around two sisters in Rajasthan who are always on conflict. The story was based on the wives of Pathik's brothers, and for preparation, both Madan and Malhotra met the real women for the dialect and the character's nuances. For the preparation, both Malhotra and Madan stayed in Ronsi village near Jaipur and learned the Rajasthani dialect; they also got accustomed with milking buffaloes, thatching roofs, plastering the walls with dung and walking for long distances while balancing matkas full of water on their head and one around their waist.[14] They also had to put on 10 kg (22 lb) of weight.[15][16] Raja Sen wrote in his review, "Radhika Madan positively shines in this bossy role, unwavering in dialect and determination."[17]

 
Madan promoting Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota

In 2019, Madan was cast in Vasan Bala's action comedy Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota with newcomer Abhimanyu Dassani.[18] It premiered in the Midnight Madness section of the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival, where it won the People's Choice Award: Midnight Madness.[19][20] The film was also screened at the 2018 MAMI Film Festival.[21] Madan mentioned that she was auditioning for Laila Majnu (2018) when got to know about Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota and chose the latter film because of its "uniqueness".[22] She performed all the stunts herself and watched several classic action films for days to famliarise herself with the genre. She was also injured while undergoing physical training.[22] Pradeep Menon of Firstpost called her a "delight as Supri" and noted that Madan "manages to make it work by sheer will and talent" despite the character having an "inconsistent treatment". He further said that she "sparkles in the action sequences."[23]

In 2020, Madan appeared in Homi Adajania's comedy-drama Angrezi Medium with Irrfan Khan and Kareena Kapoor, which was Khan's last film before his death in April 2020.[24] Anupama Chopra called her an "absolute natural" in the role. Writing that she "captures the unforced innocence of a 17-year-old, desperate to get out of her small town and see the world."[25]

In 2021, Madan did a variety of four projects. She made her entry into web series with her performances as Divya Didi in Ray and Avani Rajvansh in Feels Like Ishq, both of which earned critical praise.[26][27] She also worked in the music video Ni Jaana, a single by Jasleen Royal.[28] Her only film in 2021 was released on Disney+ Hotstar. It was Kunal Deshmukh's romance film Shiddat with Sunny Kaushal.[29][30] In 2022, she was seen in a guest appearance in Netflix neo-noir crime comedy thriller film Monica, O My Darling.

Further career (2023-present)

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In 2023, her first release came with Vishal Bhardwaj's production and his son Aasmaan's directorial debut crime thriller film Kuttey[31] which was released threatically with mixed to positive reviews from critics.[32] Sukanya Verma of Rediff wrote, "Radhika's candour stays true to Kuttey's unhinged ways". Madan next appeared as a gully cricketer in Kacchey Limbu with Rajat Barmecha and Ayush Mehra.[33] India Today noted, "Madan has outdone herself, yet again. She’s successfully proved why filmmakers and audience are looking at her as a bankable actor."[34] She then appeared in Adajania's web series Saas, Bahu Aur Flamingo.[35][36]

Madan will next play the titular character in Sudhanshu Saria's Sanaa.[37][38] The film will have its world premiere at the 26th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival in November 2022. She completed shooting for the untitled remake of Tamil film Soorarai Pottru alongside Akshay Kumar and Paresh Rawal, it will be releasing on 1 September 2023.[39][40] Madan also started filming for Dinesh Vijan's social thriller film Happy Teacher's Day with Nimrat Kaur in September 2022.[41] The film was released as Sajini Shinde Ka Viral Video.

Personal life and media image

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Madan in 2023

Madan turned vegan in 2023 and has been part of PETA India's "try vegan" campaign.[42]

Mayukh Majumdar of Filmfare termed her as "a breath of fresh air".[43] On her character prep, Madan said, "‘I give my 100 per cent in my prep because that allows me to give 100 per cent to the character on screen. I don’t like to be in-between in anything."[44] She ranked 24th in Eastern Eye's "Sexiest Asian Women" list of 2015.[45] Madan is a celebrity endorser for several brands and products, including Glow & Lovely and Lay's.[46] In 2023, she received several backlash for her comment on the work culture of the television industry.[47] In 2024, Madan was featured by Forbes India in their 30 Under 30 list.[48]

Filmography

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Films

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Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released
List of film credits
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2018 Pataakha Champa Kumari [49]
2019 Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota Supriya "Supri" Bhatnagar [50]
2020 Angrezi Medium Tarika "Taaru" Bansal [51]
2021 Shiddat Kartika Bhosle [52]
2022 Monica, O My Darling Supri Cameo
2023 Kuttey Lovely Khobre [53][54]
Kacchey Limbu Aditi Nath [55]
Sajini Shinde Ka Viral Video Sajini Shinde [56]
2024 Sanaa Sanaa Saraf Post-production [57]
Sarfira Sonia Saxena Post-production [58][59][60]

Television

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List of television credits
Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2014–2016 Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi Ishaani Joshi Vaghela
2015 Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 8 Contestant 14th place [61]
2017 Cinta di Pangkuan Himalaya Sarah [62]
2021 Ray Divya Didi Segment: "Spotlight" [63]
Feels Like Ishq Avani Rajvansh Episode: "Save The Da(y)te" [64]
2023 Saas, Bahu Aur Flamingo Shanta [65]

Music videos

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List of music video credits
Year Title Singer(s) Ref.
2021 "Ni Jana" Jasleen Royal, Alibi Rafeon [citation needed]

Accolades

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List of awards and nominations received by Radhika Madan
Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2015 Gold Awards Debut in a Lead Role - Female Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi Won [66]
Indian Television Academy Awards Best Newcomer - Female Won [67]
Indian Telly Awards Fresh New Face - Female Won [68]
Best Onscreen Couple Nominated [69]
2018 Star Screen Awards Most Promising Newcomer – Female Pataakha Won [70]
2019 Zee Cine Awards Best Female Debut Nominated [71]
64th Filmfare Awards Best Female Debut Nominated
Best Actress (Critics) Nominated [72]
2020 65th Filmfare Awards Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota Nominated [73]
2021 Filmfare OTT Awards Best Supporting Actress in a Web Original Film Ray Won [74]
2022 IIFA Awards Best Supporting Actress Angrezi Medium Nominated [75]
Pinkvilla Style Icons Awards Super Stylish Maverick Star Won [76]
2023 Bollywood Hungama Style Icons Most Stylish Breakthrough Talent (Female) Won [77]
UK Asian Film Festival Best Actor - Female Sanaa Won [78]
2023 Filmfare OTT Awards Best Supporting Actress (Drama Series) Saas, Bahu Aur Flamingo Nominated [79]
Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actress in a Original Film Kacchey Limbu Won [80]
2024 Iconic Gold Awards Best Actress of the Year - Web Series Saas, Bahu Aur Flamingo Won [81]
Bollywood Hungama Style Icons Most Stylish Versatile Talent of the Year Nominated [82]
Most Stylish Style Innovator Won

See also

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