7 January 1961
|Education||Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance)|
|Alma mater||Nalanda Dance Research Centre, University of Mumbai|
|Awards||Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress (1982, 1983, and 2013)|
Supriya Kapoor (born 7 January 1961)is an Indian actress who works in Gujarati and Hindi films and television. She has received multiple awards including 3 Filmfare award. She holds the record of highest awards in the category of best supporting actress at Filmfare (with a few other actresses). She is mostly popular for playing the role of Hansa Parekh in the Khichdi franchise, and for her vitriolic avatar of "Dhankor Baa" in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela .
Supriya was born to Kathiyawadi Gujarati theater artiste, and veteran actor, Dina Pathak and a Punjabi father, Baldev Pathak, dressmaker to the stars Rajesh Khanna and Dilip Kumar.She has one elder sister, Ratna Pathak, also a theatre artist and a film actor. She grew up in Parsi Colony in Dadar, Mumbai, and attended the J. B. Vachha High school. She has a bachelor's degree in Fine art, specialising in Bharatanatyam, from the Nalanda Dance Research Centre, University of Mumbai.
Pathak's first foray into acting was under her mother's direction with the revival of the play Maina Gurjari, which Dina Pathak had acted in previously. [ citation needed ] In 1985 she played title role in Malayalam movie Akalathe Ambili.This was followed by a play with Dinesh Thakur titled Biwiyon Ka Madersa (based on a play by French playwright Molière), which was staged at the Prithvi Theatre. It was here that Jennifer Kendall (the late wife of Shashi Kapoor) spotted her and recommended her to Shyam Benegal for their home production Kalyug (1981), an adaptation of the epic Mahabharata . Her portrayal of Subhadra won her the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress. She then performed in Vijeta (1982), Bazaar (1982), Masoom (1983) and Mirch Masala (1985). She had a minor role in the biopic Gandhi (1982) and starred in the 1988 French film, The Bengali Night . She appeared in Raakh in 1989.
Her television roles include Idhar Udhar , [ citation needed ]Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka , Khichdi , Baa Bahoo Aur Baby and Chanchan among others.
In 1994, her husband, Pankaj Kapur and she launched their own TV production house, Grass Company. Mohandas B.A.L.L.B was the first serial they produced and acted in, under the banner.[ citation needed ]
After an 11-year hiatus from acting, she starred in the 2005 film Sarkar , followed by its sequel, Sarkar Raj in 2008. She portrayedf a subservient mother who tries hard to fill the generation gap with her son in Wake Up Sid (2009). Filmfare magazine called her rendering of the sinister Dhankor Baa in 2013's Ram-Leela as the "watershed of her career". Carry On Kesar (2016) was her first Gujarati film.
At 22, Pathak married the son of her mother's friend.However, they separated within a year. In 1986, she met her current husband Pankaj Kapur, while filming Sagar Sarhadi's Agla Mausam , which was never released. Kapur was previously married to Kathak danseuse and actor, Neelima Azeem, with whom he has a son, the actor Shahid Kapoor. After two years of courtship, they tied the knot in 1988, and are now parents to a daughter and a son. Their daughter, Sanah (b. 1990), made her debut in the movie Shaandaar (2015).
The actors Imaad Shah and Vivaan Shah, sons of actors Ratna Pathak and Naseeruddin Shah, are her nephews.[ citation needed ]
|1982||Vijeta||Anna Verghese||Hindi Movie|
|1984||Dharm Aur Qanoon||Reshma|
|1985||Bahu Ki Awaaz||Madhu V. Srivastav|
|Mirch Masala||Village Woman|
|Akalathe Ambili||Ambili||Malayalam movie|
|1987||Naqli Chehra (TV Movie)||Asha|
|Shahadat (TV feature)|
|The Bengali Night||Gayatri|
|Falak (The Sky)||Champa|
|Kamla Ki Maut||Anju|
|Daata||Suraiya Khan /Suraiya Rao|
|2002||Jackpot 2 Crore||Sonu Datta|
|2007||Panga Naa Lo|
|2008||Sarkar Raj||Pushpa Nagre|
|Wake Up Sid||Sarita Mehra|
|2010||Khichdi: The Movie||Hansa Parekh|
|2012||Shanghai||Chief Minister Madamji|
|2013||Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela||Dhankor "Baa" Sanera|
|2015||All Is Well||Parminder "Pammi"|
|Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon||Kapil's mom|
|UNindian||Meera's mum||Australian film|
|2017||Carry On Kesar||Kesar Patel||Gujarati film|
|Sarkar 3||Pushpa Nagre|
|Best of Luck Lalu||Lalu's mom||Gujarati Film|
|2018||Love per Square Foot||Lata Chaturvedi|
|Aravindha Sametha Veera Raghava||Jeji||Telugu film|
|2019||Gaddalakonda Ganesh||Gaddalakonda Ganesh's mother||Telugu film|
|Happi||Rukmani||Released on ZEE5|
|2020||Jai Mummy Di||Laali Khanna|
|2021||Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi||Amma|
|The Big Bull||Hemant Shah's mother||Released on Disney+ Hotstar|
|Toofaan||Sister D'Souza||Released on Amazon Prime Video|
|Mimi||Mimi's mother||Released On Netflix And JioCinema|
|Rashmi Rocket||Bhanuben Virah Chibber, Rashmi's mother||Released on ZEE5|
|1986||Katha Sagar||Anuradha / Shabnam||2 Episodes|
|1994||Philips Top 10||1 Episode|
|1997-1998||Idhar Udhar (Season 2)||Poonam|
|1999||Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka||Neelu Nanavati|
|2005–2006||Instant Khichdi||Hansa Parekh|
|2006||Baa Bahoo Aur Baby||Gunvanti|
|2006||Naya Office Office||Mahabali||Cameo|
|2007–2009||Remote Control||Baari Babulnath|
|2010||Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah||Hansa Parekh||Special appearance for promoting Khichdi: The Movie|
|2012||Alaxmi Ka Super Parivaar||Shanti|
|2014||Tu Mere Agal Bagal Hai||Ganga Mausi|
|2015–2016||Jaane Kya Hoga Rama Re||Rambhateri|
|2018||Khichdi Returns||Hansa Parekh|
|2018||Kuchh Naye Rishte||Savita|
|1982||29th Filmfare Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Kalyug||Won[ citation needed ]|
|1983||30th Filmfare Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Bazaar||Won[ citation needed ]|
|2003||3rd Indian Telly Awards||Best Actress in a Comic Role||Khichdi||Won[ citation needed ]|
|2004||4th Indian Telly Awards||Best Actress in a Comic Role||Nominated[ citation needed ]|
|4th Indian Television Academy Awards||Best Actress - Comedy||Won|
|2005||5th Indian Telly Awards||Best Actress in a Comic Role||Instant Khichdi||Won[ citation needed ]|
|2006||2nd Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards||Best Actress in a Drama Series||Nominated|
|2008||2nd Zee Gold Awards||Best Actor in a Comic Role - Female||Remote Control||Nominated|
|8th Indian Telly Awards||Best Actress in a Comic Role||Nominated|
|8th Indian Television Academy Awards||Best Actress - Comedy||Won|
|2009||4th Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards||Best Actress in a Supporting Role||Sarkar Raj||Nominated|
|2010||55th Filmfare Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Wake Up Sid||Nominated[ citation needed ]|
|5th Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards||Best Actress in a Supporting Role||Nominated[ citation needed ]|
|11th IIFA Awards||Best Performance In A Supporting Role Female||Nominated[ citation needed ]|
|8th Stardust Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Nominated[ citation needed ]|
|2011||56th Filmfare Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Khichdi: The Movie||Nominated|
|9th Stardust Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Nominated[ citation needed ]|
|2014||9th Apsara Film & Television Producers Guild Awards||Best Performance In A Negative Role||Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela||Won[ citation needed ]|
|20th Screen Awards||Best Actor in a Negative Role (Female)||Nominated|
|59th Filmfare Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Won|
|15th Zee Cine Awards||Best Actor in a Negative Role||Won|
|15th IIFA Awards||Best Performance in a Negative Role||Nominated[ citation needed ]|
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