Supriya Pathak Kapoor is an Indian actress, born to actress Dina Pathak into an ethnic of Gujarati family, she was one of the famous influential actresses, in Hindi Cinema, during the 1980s and 1990s, receiving two Filmfare Awards. In the early time of her life, she acted in theatre, before making her debut in 1981 Kalyug, which she won her first Filmfare Awards for Best supporting Actress. Later, rose to prominence and received critical reviews for her role in 1982 Bazaar, which she again won a Filmfare Awards for Best supporting Actress. In 1988, Pathak appeared on a French venture, The Bengali Night, and in 'blockbuster' Shahenshah. In 1986, she married to actor-director, Pankaj Kapur, hence [...] quit her acting career. In the early 2002, she appeared on TV-Serial Khichdi, receiving Indian Telly Award for Best Actress in a Comic Role, as well as garned positive review[s] for her potrayal as Hansa Parekh.