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|Born||1 January 1980|
|Children||Vedika Saraswat (b. 2015)|
|Relatives||See Mangeshkar-Burman family|
She is the niece of singer Lata Mangeshkar, as her paternal grandmother was the half-sister of Deenanath Mangeshkar, Lata's father. Her mother's family hailed from Mangalore. She held a job working for the airlines.
Kolhapure and her husband, Pankaj Saraswat, had a daughter in 2015.
Before she started her career with modelling and films, she made her debut with a television series, Mujhe Chaand Chahiye, directed by Satish Kaushik on Zee TV. She appeared in the "Saughat" and "Tum Bin", episodes of the miniseries Rishtey on Zee TV. She was also a involved in theatre.
Her first film made with Anurag Kashyap, Paanch, was not initially released. Paanch was delayed in its release due to problems with the depictions of violence, language and drug use in the film. Her appearance in Ugly was with the director, Kashyap, once more where she played a depressed young woman who was also an alcoholic. Kolhapure said that filming Ugly was a draining experience. The Hindustan Times wrote that "Kolhapure plays a battered wife and brings out the pain of a barren life perfectly."
- "The Magic Pill" directed by Satyadev Dubey
- "Sabse Bada Thag" directed by Makrand Deshpandey
- "Brahma Vishnu Mahesh" directed by Satyadev Dubey.
- "Modh" during the 'Prithvi Festival 2002' directed by Ahlam Khan
- "Beauty, Brains, & Personality" directed by Vandana Sajnani
- "Flirt in Your Dreams" directed by Satyadev Dubey
- "All About Women" directed by Hidayat Sami
- Paanch director Anuraag Kashyap
- Stop! director Ajay Sinha
- Anjaane director Harry Fernandes
- Mumbai Cutting director Shashank Ghosh
- Salt & Pepper director Mohinder Pratap Singh
- Boys Toh Boys Hai director Amit Chauhan
- Tequila Nights director Pankaj Saraswat
- Happi special appearance director Bhavna Talwar
- Raavan director Mani Ratnam
- Ugly director Anurag Kashyap
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