If you are keeping up with the trending headlines, you must be aware that Radhika Apte is the hot topic of discussion on social media from last few days. For those who are not aware, Radhika came into headlines when people started trolling her for starring in every Indian Netflix series. We initially saw her in Lust Stories, the Sacred Games and now in Ghoul. People admire her acting skills, but seeing just one face kinda bored them.
This initiated a series of memes targeting Radhika Apte and Netflix India. However, taking the memes in a positive manner, they both came together to give back a witty reply.
Radhika decided to take these memes in a funny way and teamed up with Netflix to create a spoof video titled Omnipresent. Taking a dig at herself, Radhika said, "As an artist, I really like to push the envelope. You want to do work that really challenges you. So, when Netflix came to me with another offer, I was a bit reluctant. Vid calls me one day and says that Radhika what if you play every character in this film. That got my attention. Because that is a challenge I cannot turn down.”
And Netflix too came with a witty reply. Sharing the video, Netflix wrote on its twitter handle, "Whatever the role, Radhika Apt Hai."
Netflix also tweeted that Akshay Kumar starrer Padman is now streaming on Netflix. They wrote, "Pad Man is now streaming and we're not just saying this because Radhika Apte is in it but yes Radhika Apte is in it."
And now, when Radhika is 'omnipresent', Zomato too chose to get into the discussion. It presented a list of dishes, and their favourite candidate was Paneer. Be it Shahi, Butter, Matar, or Lababdar, Paneer is omnipresent. Zomato wrote on Twitter, "And you thought only Radhika is versatile."
Seeing this, Netflix India who is currently in full form replied to the tweet finding Radhika in Paneer dishes too. They wrote, "Well, she is everywhere."
Have a look:
Well, it was Zomato's ad that first caught our attention, but Netflix totally won our hearts. Even the tweeps are loving this reply.
Rightly said, 'Netflix and Chill.'