In a remarkable turn of events, the talented actress Radhika Madan has found herself a seat at the jurors’ team at this year’s International Emmy Awards. It is making her the youngest Indian to make it on the jury.
The Semi-Final round took place in Mumbai on the 18th of August. In just 5 years since her acting debut in 2018. Radhika’s journey in the world of cinema has been nothing short of impressive.
Radhika Madan’s films such as ‘Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota’,film which premiered in the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival, where it won the People’s Choice Award: Midnight Madness, ‘Kacchey Limbu’ and ‘Sanaa’ which grabbed the Best Actress Award at the UK Asian Film Festival. It have also premiered at varied International Film Festivals, including Miami Film Festival, TIFF, New York Indian Film Festival & UK Asian Film Festival and have also won accolades in different film festivals worldwide.
Taking to her social media, she said,
“So overwhelmed and grateful that I got to be a part of this year’s JURY for the INTERNATIONAL EMMY AWARDS. I always dreamt of being nominated but to be on the other side was even more fulfilling. Every day I get up and get to do what I love the most, a joy I wouldn’t trade for anything. Thank you universe.”
With back to back hits and releases, Radhika has had quite a busy and exciting year yet. From “Saas Bahu Aur Flamingo” to Kuttey and Kacchey Limbu, she has many more still in the pipeline.
Radhika is now gearing for releases in 2023 including Sanaa, Oscar contender Soorarai Pottru’s remake featuring Akshay Kumar, Mikhil Musale directorial Happy Teacher’s Day, and Rumi Ki Sharafat directed by known ad filmmaker Prashant Bhagya.