Minal Karpe is an Indian television actress based in Mumbai. She was a part of the class of 1979 of the Lala Lajpat Rai College of Mumbai University. She is married to Laxmikant Karpe. She has two kids, Hemali Karpe, and Shreekant Karpe. She has worked in some Hindi serials, some of them being Sasural Simar Ka Sasural Simar Kaa is a famous Indian daily soap op >> Read More... and Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka. She also played a significant role in a Gujarati film, “Aapnaj Gharma No Entry”. The film was released in 2007 and was made by Tushar Joshi. She played the lead role along with Dinesh Hingoo Dinesh Hingorani, better known as Dinesh Hingoo, i >> Read More... . Apart from it, she played the role of Vasanti Ben in Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka. Telecasted on Sony TV, it was the first Hindi fiction serial to be aired for 1000 episodes and is one of the longest TV serials of all time. It is a story of a Gujarati business tycoon and his four sons. It shows the love and rivalry that happens when you are living in a joint family. Started in 1999, the show ended in 2002.

Minal plays the role of Baa in the famous on-going serial, Sasuraal Simar Ka, which has crossed over 1400 episodes till date and is still running. It is the story of two sisters, Roli, and Simar who marry brothers and how the sisters handle the family by tackling all the situations. Her role of Baa has turned negative these days, and it has grabbed a lot of limelight. Initially, Minal stated that her role was seen to be very positive and kind, but now it shows that her character is cunning and is a mastermind of a lot of evil deeds. She also said that playing a negative role is a different high for her. And she loved to play a negative character after 35 years of her life. She is excited lately to see how the story unfolds further and how her character gets hold of a lot of things.

Meenal Kapoor Hindi Actress

Meenal Kapoor

Meenal Kapoor is a famous TV serial actress from India. She is known for her roles in TV shows such as Shhh.. Koi Hai, Aapki Antara and C.I.D. She has been a swimmer at the national level in India. Her close relatives are not from the acting field. Nevertheless, she was quite passionate about acting and thus decided to take it up as her profession. Instead of studying sciences like her family members, she took up the study of arts to pursue acting later on. She was a student at Delhi University. There used to be lots of plays and stage shows in Delhi University in which she actively participated. Thus, her love for acting prospered. Not only this, she studied at the National School of Drama (NSD) after completing her studies at the Delhi University. Very soon in her career, she got the opportunity to act with renowned personalities such as Naseeruddin Shah, Ram Gopal Raj, and MK Raina. Due to her acquaintance with these individuals, she got various roles in movies and also television programs. In an interview with the newspaper called Times of India, she modestly confessed that she did not need to go through a lot of trouble in this field. Unfortunately, this is not the fate of several other people who have to work hard to get popular. Some famous TV shows of which she was a part are Babul Ka Aangan, Sambhav Kya, C.I.D., Haadsa, and Shhh.. Koi Hai. Jhansi Ki Rani has been a TV show of which she was a part too. She secured for herself the acting part of a lady named Mandira. Her serial Sambhav Kya was about real stories which talked about supernatural happenings. The host of this show was Siddharth Kak. He aroused suspense in the minds of the audiences by saying that what seems to be impossible could happen too. Haadsa was one of her films. She got the opportunity to work with Naseeruddin Shah in this motion picture. Akbar Khan produced, directed and starred in this amusing movie. Actresses like Ranjeeta Kaur and Smita Patil were a part of the movie too. She ventured into the field of direction too. She was the director of a play called Let’s Unpack. She also owns a theater group, which has the name Saarang. She says that she likes shows which got made on an experimental basis. They just need to show the audience what the thought behind making the stage drama is.