|Mrs. Vanita Shirodkar
|Brother in Law
Shilpa Shirodkar was born on 20th November 1973 into Marathi family in Mumbai, Maharashtra state. She came to lime light after she was crowned Miss India in 1992. She made her acting debut in 1989 through Bollywood movie Bhrashtachar co-starring Mithun Chakraborty, Rekha and Anupam kher, she played the role of a blind girl in the film. She gained much popularity after appearing in box-office hit Kishen Kanhaiya opposite Anil Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit. She subsequently appeared in numerous box office hits like Hum co-starring Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth, Govinda and Danny Denzongpa, Khuda Gawah co-starring Amitabh Bachchan, Sridevi, Nagarjuna and Danny Denzongpa, Aankhen co-starring Govinda, Raj Babbar and Chunky Pandey, Gopi Kishan co-starring Sunil Shetty and Karishma Kapoor, Bewafa Sanam co-starring Krishan Kumar, Aruna Irani and Shakti Kapoor, Mrityudand co-starring Madhuri Dixit, Ayub Khan, Shabana Azmi and Om Puri, among other films.
She retired from acting after her marriage in 2000, to concentrate on her married life. She made her come back in 2013 through television show Ek Mutthi Aasmaan aired on Zee TV, since then she is residing in Mumbai.
Shilpa Shirodkar family members’ names and photos
Husband and children [1 daughter]
She is married to Apresh Ranjit, a merchant banker settled in London since 11th July 2000. She quit the show business and settled in Uk, the couple gave birth to a daughter named Anushka in 2003.
She was born to Mr. Shirodkar and Mrs. Vanita Shirodkar.
She has an elder sister named Namrata Shirodkar born in 1972. Namrata is the winner of Femina Miss India in 1993, she started her career as a model and eventually landed in films. She is married to Telugu actor Mahesh Babu since 2005 and the couple gave birth to two children, a son named Gautham Krishna born in 2006 and a daughter named Sitara Ghattamaneni born in 2012.
Noted Marathi actress Meenakshi Shirodkar is her grandmother. She is known for her work in Marathi films, theatre and television during 1930s to 1970s.