Is apparent magnitude of star, distance(in pc) and effective temperature enough to calculate its stellar radii or we need some extra information?
You need to find a bolometric correction from the effective temperature (this is reasonably insensitive to gravity and metallicity, which you don't know). Then convert the apparent magnitude into a bolometric magnitude and then into a flux. Then, I suppose you have to assume there is no extinction to estimate the intrinsic luminosity of the star by multiplying by $4\pi d^2$.
From there you can approximate the star as a blackbody and use Stefan's law, your intrinsic luminosity and the given temperature to estimate a radius.
So to answer your question directly: no. You need to know the extinction and, to get an accurate estimate, you would need to know the type of star, its chemical composition and use a better model than a blackbody for its spectrum.