Bollywood actor Radhika Apte recently opened up about her sexual harassment experience in the industry. While talking about her experience at an event, the actress said: “I can share one incident that happened recently, I had actually hurt my back during a shoot.”“After the shoot and I was heading back to my room with another guy who was in the same lift,” she kept on telling. “He was part of the film but we had not spoken much. He said that, ‘Let me know if you need me in the middle of the night for help, I can come and give your back a rub.”Concluding her story, Apte said, “The good part was that the atmosphere on the sets was so easy and comfortable, I told the filmmakers and they had a meeting with him in person.” Also read Pakistan’s #MeToo moment: We still have a long way to goThen I came to know that the culture that he comes from is such that he didn’t realise that he made me uncomfortable with that statement, she added. However, later he never made me feel uncomfortable and apologised,” she stressed. Speaking about highly renowned social movement, Apte said, “I believe that to bring the #MeToo movement to the Indian entertainment industry, artists need to have a good support system, an Indian magazine reported.The actor, who has become internet’s favourite meme after her numerous collaboration with Netflix, further said that not only women but men also need to “come out of their fears” and share their stories of harassment and sexual abuse. “This is a grey area. We need to have a good support system and come out of our fears. Well, not just women but men too are harassed in our industry,” Apte said during a session at the India Today Mind Rocks 2018.