Weekend Listens: Radhika Apte Talks Bollywood, Rahul’s NYAY & More
From an exclusive interview with Radhika Apte on her journey through Bollywood to Rahul Gandhi’s new NYAY scheme and how you can opt for NOTA, here’s what you need to listen to this weekend!
1. Radhika Apte on B-Town and Making Her Own Place
Radhika Apte has been on every second Netflix show, and each time, has played an unforgettable part. Be it Ghoul, or Sacred Games, Radhika has established herself in the digital space. What is amazing about her is the versatility of her work. You will find her in simpler roles like that in Andhadhun, she has also done regional cinema and smaller projects like Parched and Phobia.
Slowly paving her way, Radhika has become one of the biggest talents of Bollywood, and has recently started spreading her wings abroad. Talking to The Quint, Radhika gets candid about her journey and what she hopes to do next.
2. RaGa’s NYAY Scheme Sounds Good But How Can it be Funded?
Congress President Rahul Gandhi's NYAY (Nyuntam Aay Yojana, or Minimum Income Plan), which involves giving Rs 72,000 each to five crore poor families, is a big political idea for the 2019 polls that sent BJP political heavyweights into a panic mode.
Is the NYAY scheme actually feasible? The Quint's Editor-in-Chief Raghav Bahl explains how it can be done and why he endorses it. Tune in!
3. Sadda Haq: You Have a Voting Option Which Rejects All Candidates
Do you feel that in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, no candidate from your constituency is worth voting for? Have you lost hope in all of them and think they are corrupt? Are you eager to vote, yet want to send a stern warning to political parties? If these pre-poll questions are bothering you as a voter, then in this episode of Sadda Haq, we will explain how NOTA can come to your rescue.
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