Supriya Pathak Roles: Since the premiere of the film Toofan, Supriya Pathak has surprised everyone with her character in the film. At the beginning of the film, Supriya is seen treating Farhan Akhtar.
Supriya Pathak Roles: The superhit dialogues like ‘halat Ne Mujhe Gunda Bana Diya’, ‘Everyone has a choice’, gave life to the film. Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, the director of films like ‘Rang De Basanti’, ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’, ‘Delhi 6’, has shown something different in his film this time. This time Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra has brought a sports drama film, which depicts the story of a struggle and dreams. Farhan Akhtar, Mrunal Thakur, Paresh Rawal and Supriya Pathak were seen in the lead roles in this film. But for Supriya Pathak, this character was very special for her.
During an interview, Supriya Pathak while talking about her character had said, ‘The fun comes in the fact that there are different characters. Which I can play. I love to convey the character’s emotions and their story to the people. I do not think about what happens next whether people like it or not. At the same time, I love getting into different characters. I never thought in my childhood that I should become an actress or a doctor. I am very happy with what I got by luck.’
Supriya Pathak told about the film Toofan, ‘I feel that the film Toofan is a story that inspires people in itself. People who want to do something in their life and anyone can fulfill their dream at any age and at any time. In this film, my character helps and promotes someone.
Whether in films or TV, Supriya Pathak has carved a niche with her effortless performances be it as the menacing Dhankor of Goliyon Ki Raas Leela: Ram Leela in recent years or Ranbir Kapoor’s loving mom in Wake Up Sid. On TV, the actress is best known for her endearing act as the lovable but slow-witted Hansa.
On playing Hansa for 3 times, Supriya says, “Honestly, Hansa is the kind of character, who will remain evergreen. She is full of happiness, and oblivious of the horrible things that go around her. She really is a great happy point, that is why I always want to go back to her whenever the situation at work becomes mundane. Going back to happiness, that is what Khichdi does to me.”
She further adds about her tole as Hansa, “I had to do a lot of disconnecting from things to play this role. Earlier, I used to always ask people if they want me to answer as Supriya or Hansa. If they said Hansa, and asked me a question, I would say, I don’t know. That’s because Hansa doesn’t know anything! For me, it was important to reach that state of thing in mind where I don’t question anything. That is the happy quotient of Hansa because as an actor mujhe kuch sochna nahin padta (laughs).