appears in Gujarati and Hindi films and television shows. Among the numerous honors that have been bestowed upon her, are three Filmfare Awards for Best Supporting Actress. Supriya Pathak was there when Jennifer Kendall, the late wife of , first recognized her and recommended
for their internal production of the Mahabharata adaptation, Kalyug (1981). She won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress for playing Subhadra. She is best known for portraying Hansa Parekh in the Khichdi series and for portraying "Dhankor Baa" in
Sanjay Leela Bhansali
's Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela in a vindictive style. Below is a list of the top ten films starring Supriya Pathak that Nettv4u has put together:
Filmmaker Laxman Utekar and producer
of Maddock Films collaborated on the comedy-drama film, Mimi. A woman hesitantly agrees to act as a surrogate for a couple because she has lofty goals but lacks the means to realize them. But as problems begin to surface, she is compelled to make some challenging decisions. The supporting character of Mimi's mother, Shobha Rathore, is played by Supriya Pathak.
2. Khichdi Series
The Gujarati Parekh family, who reside in an old mansion, is the subject of the drama Khichdi. The blended family runs into many issues that are uniquely Indian, but they strive to resolve them in the most unusual way imaginable. They make fun of themselves while being fiercely dedicated to their drive for independence. The Khichdi Series character Hansa Parekh made Supriya Pathak famous.
3. Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela
The film, Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela, also referred to as Ram-Leela, is a sad love story that was written and directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, who also provided the soundtrack for the film. Despite their love for one another, Ram and Leela are unable to be together because of the 500-year battle between their families, Rajadi and Sanera. They both have to make a sacrifice in the end. Lady Capulet served as the model for Supriya Pathak's characterization of Dhankor Sanera.
4. Alaxmi Ka Super Parivaar
Supriya portrayed Shanti Mohandas Kapadia in the television series Alaxmi Ka Super Parivaar. Kishan's child-woman bride is Laxmi, and since she doesn't act like a typical bahu, Kishan finds it tough to put up with her pranks. However, Laxmi is the ideal remedy for the issues in this household.
The crime drama film Kalyug was made by Shyam Benegal. When two businessmen's brothers plot against each other to win a government contract, their family quarrel causes chaos in their lives. It is regarded as a modern adaptation of the Indian epic Mahabharat that shows a classic fight between competing commercial houses. The mythological character Subhadra was played by Supriya Pathak.
6. Jaane Kya Hoga Rama Re
The Life OK TV channel aired the Indian drama television series Jaane Kya Hoga Rama Re. Shobhana Desai Productions is the company behind the TV show. To play the series' three principal parts,
, and Supriya Pathak, respectively, have been chosen. While Supriya Pathak has played the role of a strong woman,
has played the role of a normal alcoholic with a nice heart.
is the producer and director of the action-crime film Awaaz. Even when his clients are guilty, Jayant, a lawyer, stands up for them. He is furious with anger, though, and swears retaliation after learning that his wife and sister were assaulted by a guy he had once defended. Asha Bhonsle performs the female vocals, while
sings the songs for Rajesh. Supriya Pathak plays Priya, the wife of
From March 25 until September 19, 2013, Sony Entertainment Television India and Sony Entertainment Television Asia aired the Indian family drama television program Chhanchhan. Chhanchhan is a youthful person with a modern outlook on life. The plot opens with Chhanchhan and Umaben, a man in need of money, meeting at Poorvi's wedding. Umaben Borisagar is played by Supriya Pathak.
The revolutionary action film Shahenshah was created and produced by
. An unknown criminal with a long history of being feared by the police is being pursued by a corrupt police officer, although the criminal is oddly well-liked by the underclass. Supriya Pathak plays Shaheen, Aslam Khan's daughter.
, and Ajay G. Rai are the creators, directors, and producers of the thriller streaming miniseries Tabbar in the Punjabi language for SonyLIV. The main character of the narrative is Omkar Singh, a retired member of the Punjab Police who resides in Jalandhar with his wife and two sons. At the train station after his return from Delhi, the older son (Happy) unintentionally swaps his luggage with another traveler's (Maheep Sodhi).
, played by Supriya Pathak, stars in the series.