Savita Prabhune is an Indian soap opera actress best known for her role of Aai in Ekta Kapoor's Indian soap opera Kkusum and as Sulochana Karanjkar in Ekta Kapoor's Indian Soap Opera Pavitra Rishta. She has also replaced Asawari Joshi as Gayatri in the Marathi TV Serial Mala Saasu Havi.
Prabhune at the 11th Indian Telly Awards, 2012
|Education||Bachelor of Arts|
|Years active||1992 - Present|
|Known for||Her role Sulochana Karanjkar in Pavitra Rishta & Aai in kkusum|
|Home town||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
She is an alumnus of National School of Drama passing out in 1983. She started her television career in the mid-1990s. Her biggest break came when she was approached by Ekta Kapoor to play the supporting actor in her soap opera Kkusum, where she played the role of Aai (Kusum's Mother). The role fetched her critical acclaim for her portrayal.
In 2009, Savita was again approached by Ekta Kapoor to play the role of Sulochana Karanjkar, the mother of protagonist Archana in her indian soap opera Pavitra Rishta on Zee TV. The role fetched her critical acclaim and major awards. She went on to win the Indian Telly Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Boroplus Gold Award for Best Actress in Supporting Role (Critics) (Twice) and other major awards.
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|1992||Phoolwanti||Shastri's wife||DD National|
|1995||Baat Ek Raaz Ki||Episodic role||Sony TV|
|1995-1997||Yeh Shaadi Nahin Ho Sakti||Golchi||Sony TV|
|1998-2000||Saaya||Sudha's mother||Sony TV|
|1999||Pal Chhin||Damyanti Singh||Star Plus|
|2000||Koshish||Rekha Khanna||Zee TV|
|2005-2007||Kkavyanjali||Aai (sumitra)||Star Plus|
|2005-2008||Saarrthi||Kumud Goenka||Star Plus|
|2009-2014||Pavitra Rishta||Sulochana Karanjkar||Zee TV|
|2014-2015||Javai Vikat Ghene Aahe||Veena Pradhan (Marathi show)||Zee Marathi|
|2015||Stories by Rabindranath Tagore||Apporba's Mother||Epic TV|
|2016-2017||Khulta Kali Khulena||Alka Vijay Dalvi (Vikrant’s Aai) (Lead role)||Zee Marathi|
|2017||Ayushman Bhava (TV series)||Kaushalya Dubey||Star Bharat|
|2018||Tujhse Hai Raabta||Ahilya Deshmukh||Zee TV|
- 1984 - Party
- 1986 - Dhakti Soon
- 1989 - Kalat Nakalat
- 1992 - Current as Radha a neighbour
- 1993 - Lapandav (1993 Film) as Ulka A. Mahasabdey
- 1998 - Do Numbri as Urmila Devi
- 2000 - Fiza as policewoman
- 2002 - Fihaal
- 2003 - Tere Naam as Radhe's sister-in-law
- 2004 - 7G Rainbow Colony (Tamil film) as Anita's mother
- 2014 - Killa as Mrs. Nivte
- 2015 - Highway
- 2015 - Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai 2 as Sunanda Deshpande
- 2018 - Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai 3 as Sunanda Deshpande
- 2019 - Bandishala
|2009||9th Indian Telly Awards||Best Actress in a Supporting Role||Pavitra Rishta||Won|
|2010||3rd Boroplus Gold Awards||Best Actress in Supporting Role (Critics)||Won|
|2011||4th Boroplus Gold Awards||Best Actress in Supporting Role (Critics)||Won|
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