Vandana Pathak Wiki, Age, Husband, Children, Family, Biography & More

Vandana Pathak

Vandana Pathak is a well-known Indian televisiom, film, and theatre actor. She is famous for playing the role of ‘Jayshree Parekh’ in the popular TV serial, ‘Khichdi’ (2002); aired on Star Plus.

Wiki/Biography

Vandana Pathak was born on Monday, 26 January 1976 (age 44 years; as in 2020), in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Her zodiac sign is Aquarius. She did her schooling from GLS School, Ahmedabad. [1]Facebook

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 5″

Eye Colour: Black

Hair Colour: Black

Vandana Pathak

Family & Caste

She was born into a Gujarati family.

Parents & Siblings

Her father, Arvind Vaidya is an actor too. Her mother’s name is Jayashri Vaidya.

Vandana Pathak With Her Parents

Vandana Pathak With Her Parents

Relationships, Husband & Children

She is married to the Indian writer-director, Neeraj Pathak. The couple is blessed with a daughter, Radhika and a son, Yash Pathak.

Vandana Pathak With Her Husband

Vandana Pathak With Her Husband

Vandana Pathak With Her Husband and Son

Vandana Pathak With Her Husband and Son

Vandana Pathak With Her Family

Vandana Pathak With Her Family

Career

She debuted her career as an actor with the popular Hindi TV serial, ‘Hum Paanch’ in 1995.

 

She got immense popularity with the Star Plus’ serial, ‘Khichdi’ (2002). Some of her other Hindi TV serials are ‘Main Kab Saas Banoongi’ (2008), ‘R K Laxman Ki Duniya’ (2011), ‘Badi Door Se Aaye Hai’ (2014), ‘Saath Nibhaana Saathiya’ (2015), and ‘Manmohini’ (2018).

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In 2020, she acted in the Gujarati film, ‘Golkeri.’

Golkeri

Golkeri

She has performed in various theatre plays.

Facts/Trivia

  • While shooting for the TV serial, Saath Nibhaana Saathiya in 2016, she was rolled down the stairs and got badly injured.
  • There were rumours that she had a cold war on the sets of ‘Saath Nibhaana Saathiya’ (2015) with her co-star Rupal Patel. In an interview, Vandana said,

This is a completely different set and experience. I am used to working with people who connect and rehearse and have fun working with each other. But here, people prefer to keep to themselves and I think it is justified because everyone can’t be the same.” [2]Times of India

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