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The film was temporarily stalled following its producer Chikkana's death, only to release theatrically in 2012.

This was when she began filming with Moggina Manasu.

Pandit's performance was however praised by critics and she received her second nomination of SIIMA Award of Best Actress. Kumar wrote that she "wins your heart with her brilliant expressions and dialogue delivery." Santhosh Ananddram's Mr. Ramachari saw Pandit work with Yash for the third time.

She next starred in the romance film, Bahaddur as Anjali, the love interest of Ashok (played by Druva Sarja), a descendant of a royal family. She was cast as the girlfriend of a stubborn brat, played by Yash, who idolizes actor Vishnuvardhan and has an easygoing attitude towards life.

The year 2012 saw theatrical releases of six of her films.

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She however comes out with a good performance in the second half." With the film, Pandit won her third Filmfare Award for Best Actress along with other awards.

Her performance as a girl from a poor family having lost her parents and living with her grandmother, and playing the love interest of Kaddipudi was received well.

Muralidhara Khajane of The Hindu wrote, "Radhika Pandit excels and puts in a mature performance and brings dignity to the character." In her second release of 2013, she was cast opposite Sumanth Shailendra in Dilwala, a romantic film that opened to largely negative reviews.

Released in 2008, Moggina Manasu emerged as a critical success and Pandit's performance received critical acclaim.

The reviewer for wrote, "Newcomer Radhika Pandit shines among the four, and is bound to go places." Pandit's next role was in the Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar-directed romantic-drama Olave Jeevana Lekkachaara (2009), a film that deals with the deviousness of pseudo-intellectuals. Kumar of The Times of India called her performance "classic and lively".

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