Indian AirForce had signed a contract with US Government and Boeing Ltd in Sep 2015 for 22 Apache attack helicopters. The helicopter is capable of delivering a variety of weapons which include air to ground Hellfire missiles, 70 mm Hydra rockets and air to air Stinger missiles. Apache also carries one 30 mm chain gun with 1200 rounds as part of area weapon subsystem. To add to the lethality of the helicopter, it carries fire control radar, which has a 360° coverage and nose-mounted sensor suite for target acquisition and night vision systems. Here is a video of Apache's maiden flight in India posted by Indian Air Force. Do have a look.
The CAS said “Apache attack helicopters are being purchased to replace Mi-35 fleet. Alongside the capability to shoot fire & forget anti-tank guided missiles, air to air missiles, it also has modern EW capabilities to provide versatility to helicopter in network-centric warfare." pic.twitter.com/5N26RUr5uS— Indian Air Force (@IAF_MCC) September 3, 2019
#NewInduction: Glimpses of AH-64E Apache attack helicopter's maiden flight at AFS Hindan. The helicopter is planned to be inducted into the IAF on 03 Sep 19 at AFS Pathankot. pic.twitter.com/UYiSrEfOsg— Indian Air Force (@IAF_MCC) September 2, 2019