Kalpana Iyer, an Indian actress, singer, and model, was born on April 17, 1956, and is best known for her work in Hindi cinema during the 1980s and 1990s. She participated in more than 100 films and is known for her parts in several classic dance numbers as well as supporting and guest roles in many others. She is 66 now.
She went on to represent her country at the Miss World 1978 beauty pageant, where she placed as a top 15 semi-finalist after finishing first runner-up at Miss India in 1978.
Kalpana began appearing as a full-fledged vamp character in a number of Hindi films, following in the footsteps of Bindu, Helen, and Aruna Irani. ‘Hari om Hari’ from Pyaara Dushman (1980), ‘Tu Mujhe Jaan’ from Wardat (1981), and ‘Rambha Ho’ from Armaan (1981) were among her most popular dance numbers. Satte Pe Satta (1982), Disco Dancer (1982), Anjaam (1994), Raja Hindustani (1996), and Hum Saath Saath Hain (1999) are some of her well-known films.
She received great acclaim for her role as a jail warden in the Bollywood film Anjaam, which also starred Madhuri Dixit and Shah Rukh Khan. Iyer has worked on television and has starred in a number of films as of 2019.
Iyer is also a pop singer who is most recognized for her appearances on a variety of television shows. She is currently working as the manager of a restaurant in Dubai. Despite being one of the more adventurous actors of her day, Iyer described herself as conservative and misunderstood, and that she had never married as a result.