Radhika Apte has bagged the best actress in an international narrative feature honour at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival for her performance in anthology film Madly.
The 30-year-old actor starred in Clean Shaven, which is a segment of Madly. “The #Tribeca2016 Award for Best Actress in an International Narrative Feature goes to... @Radhika_Apte in MADLY,” read a tweet from the festival’s official Twitter handle.
The Hunterrr actor thanked the festival for the recognition in a Twitter post, saying, “Thank you Tribeca!!”
The award for best US narrative feature went to Dean, written and directed by Demteri Martin. It is a comedy about a man, who falls for a woman just as his father prepares to sell his family home in the wake of his mother’s death.
Junction 48 was honoured with the best international narrative feature award.
The award for the best actor in a US narrative feature film went to Dominic Rains (The Fixer), while Mackenzie Davis’ performance in Always Shine earned her the best actress.
Alan Sabbagh bagged the best actor award in an international narrative feature for his work in The Tenth Man.
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