Savita Prabhune

Savita Prabhune

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Savita Prabhune is a senior television artist associated with television entertainment industry since 1980s. Associated with Doordarshan series with late 1980s, she is still active in the television industry. She played lead actor Arun Govil’s wife in Doordarshan series, Mashaal in 1989-1990. The show was produced by Arun Govil. Since then she played several noted roles on mini screen, apart from a few brief roles in Bollywood. She played Salman Khan’s sister-in-law in Tere Naam. She played supporting roles in Marathi films – Highway (2015) and Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai 2 (2015).


Savita Prabune was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra. She started her acting career with Doordarshan series in the late 1980s. With 2000s, she became quite successful as a television actor. Aai in Kkusum & as Sulochana Karanjkar in Pavitra Rishta are among her most popular roles. Kkusum gave her a big break to her acting career, and she was given the role by Ekta Kapoor. Ekta also gave her a noted role in Pavitra Rishta. She played mother of protagonist Archana in Pavitra Rishta which bagged her numerous supporting actress awards including Indian Telly Awards and Boroplus Gold Award (Critics).


Currently she is also associated with Marathi film and television scene. She essayed the role of Veena Pradhan in Marathi soap - Javai Vikat Ghene Aahe in 2014. She worked in Hindi films such as Tere Naam, Fiza and Filhaal, and has also been active in theatre circuit. She was a part of the show, 'Chaar Divas Premache' which completed 1000 shows. When she got busy with 'Pavitra Rishta', she had to turn down many roles in movies as well as theatre. She is comfortable working in her mother tongue – Marathi, either in films or television. But she is open to good projects in different languages.

Updated: June 19, 2016

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