Full Name:Vishwanath Patekar
Age:69 years old (in 2020)
Date of Birth:January 1, 1951
Birthplace:Murud-Janjira, Maharashtra, India
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Height, Weight & Physical Stats
Height:5 feet 7 inches (1.52 m)
Weight:76 kg (168 lbs)
Eye Color:Dark Brown
Nana Patekar is a famous Indian movie actor, philanthropist; filmmaker, writer who predominantly appears in Marathi and Hindi cinema. He was born in Murud-Janjira Fort, India on 1st January, 1951. Nana Patekar was born to Dankar Patekar who is a painter by profession and his wife named Sangana Patekar who is a housewife.
Nana is a former student of Sir J.J. institute of Applied Arts located in Mumbai city. All through his college days, he was extremely passionate about inter collegial dramatics. After successfully earning his graduation degree, he appeared in numerous Bollywood films with a few of the most noticeable Bollywood film directors. Nana Patekar was married to Neelakanti Patekar, and the couple was blessed with a baby boy named Malhar Patekar.
Whilst he starred in movies such as Salaam Bombay and Mohre, he was noted by the majority of Bollywood industry as well as audience for his depiction of the villain in 1989 movie titled Parinda. Nana Patekar was bestowed with Best Supporting Actor Filmfare Award for his role. In the year 1992, he was also bestowed with Filmfare Best Villain Award for the movie Angaar.
Nana Patekar is extremely recognized for his role in the film titled Ab Tak Chappan wherein he portrayed the role of a police officer. In the year 1994, Nana was honored with National Filmfare Award for the Best Actor for his remarkable performance in the movie titled Krantiveer. He also received Star Screen Awards as well as Filmfare Award under the best actor category.
Nana Patekar has investigated with his roles once it comes to movies. He has starred in an occasional villain role, though has also portrayed the role of a hero in numerous of his movies. He also portrayed the role of a truant, a wife beater in the movie titled Agni Sakshi, a gambler in Krantiveer, a deaf father in Khamoshi: The Musical as well as a schizophrenic in Wajood.
All through his career, it was observed that nana was an archetype of “angry young man” character and that he was perfectly suited for these types of roles and would convey it on as a portent of Mithun Chakraborty and Amitabh Bachchan.
Nana Patekar turned into a film director through his movie “Prahaar: The Final Attack” co-featuring Madhuri Dixit. His other movies as an actor comprise off Bluff Master, Hu Tu Tu, Apaharan, Wajood, Aanch and Yeshwant.
Facts You Never Knew About Nana Patekar!
- Is Nana Patekar addicted to smoking?: No
- Is Nana Patekar alcoholic?: Yes
- He was born to Murud-Janjira who was a successful textile businessman.
- Prior emerging into acting field, Nana Patekar did a number of unusual jobs like painting movie posters, painting Zebra crossings etc. in order to earn something.
- He was only 13 years old once he used to paint film posters; for which, he earned ₹35 along with a meal.
- Nana Patekar also worked with an advertising agency.
- He lost his father when he was 28 years old, and after two years of that, he lost his son.
- His son named Malahar also starred in Prahaar, in the role of young Nana Patekar.
Nana Patekar Education
School: Samarth Vidyalaya, Dadar West, Mumbai
College: Sir J.J Institute of Applied Arts, Mumbai
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Nana Patekar Career
Profession: Actor, filmmaker
Debut TV Series/Movie:
- Gaman (1978)
Salary: 4 Crore (INR)
Net Worth: 137 INR crores (USD 20 Million)
Family & Relatives
Marital Status: Married
- Manisha Koirala (Actress)
- Ayesha Jhulka (Actress)
Nana Patekar Favorites
Hobbies: rifle shooting, acting, reading, writing, trekking and workout
Favorite Actress: Smita Patil
Favorite Food: Malai Kabab, Marathi Dishes
Favorite Color: Black
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