Radhika Pandit is an Indian film and television actress who appears in Kannada films, mostly performing lead characters. Making her feature film debut in the 2008 film Moggina Manasu, she has been receiving notable critical praise for her performances, receiving three successive Filmfare Awards for Best Actress. and went on to appear in several commercially successful films, establishing herself as a leading contemporary actress of Kannada cinema.
Radhika Pandit born on 7 March, hails from a Konkani-speaking community of Chitrapur Saraswat Brahmin near Uttara Kannada district. She studied in Cluny Covent High School and Mount Carmel College and currently resides near Devaiah Park, Bangalore.
She acted in two Kannada tele-serials, "Nandagokula" and "Sumangali", before starting a career as a film actress. Pandit made her feature film debut in Moggina Manasu, which rendered her a Filmfare Award for Best Actress in Kannada in 2008 as well as the Karnataka State Film Award for 2008-09. She again won the Filmfare Award in 2009 for her performance in the film Love Guru and went on to win a third Filmfare Award at 2010 ceremony as well for her performance in Krishnan Love Story. She's the only actress among the current crop of actresses to have claimed back to back Filmfare Awards making it three years in a row.