Charming and talented artist Radhika Pandit has won the third consecutive Filmfare award for her performance in the film Krishnan Love Story in which she played the role of a girl who becomes a mental wreck after facing a lot of disappointments in her life.
Earlier Radhika had won the best actress Filmfare award for her performance in Moggina Manasu, her first film and Love Guru.
However, Radhika's debut film 18th Cross is still to get released. Radhika took her third black lady last Saturday in the awards function held in Hyderabad.
Dressed in a yellow dress for the night, the actress was happy to receive the award in the presence of many top film personalities and talented actors of Southern Film Industry.
"It is absolutely an awesome experience. I think God is showering his blessings. I just won Suvarana Best Actress Award last week and now comes my third black lady. At a time when my film Hudugru in which I was paired with Puneet sir is doing very well all around, I could not have asked for something better than this prestigious award.
"I should thank Krishnan Love Story director Shashank, producer Uday Mehta and my co-star Uday Mehta for making this possible for me. I also thank my parents and my young brother for encouraging me all the while.
"My fans also deserve a big compliment as they are flooding me congratulatory messages through social networking sites. My big thanks to my fans", said a delighted Radhika Pandit after landing in Bengaluru on Sunday night.
Radhika is also happy that no other female actor has the distinction of winning three Filmfare awards in succession for three years.
"These two awards have given me another big responsibility. I want to act in roles that call for lot of performance. I hope that there will be enough good scripts to inspire me", says Radhika Pandit.
Radhika Pandit says that she had faced big competition as lot of talented performers was also in the list of nominees.
"All the other nominees like Ramya, Aindrita, Nidhi and Nayanthara had done well in their respective roles. But the difference in the presentation of my character should have weighed a lot in my selection for the award", says Radhika.