Nana Patekar Profile, Height, Age, Family, Wiki, Biography, & More

Biography
Real Name Vishwanath Patekar
Nickname Nana
Profession Actor
Date of Birth (Age) 1 January 1951
Birthplace Murud-Janjira, Bombay State (now, Maharashtra), India
Nationality Indian
Star Sign/ Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Caste Marathi
Hometown Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Religion Agnostic
Marital status Married
Debut Actor (Hindi Film): Gaman (1978)

Actor (Marathi Film): Sinhasan (1979)

Director (Hindi Film): Prahaar: The Final Attack (1991)

 

Height & Weight
Height in Centimetres 170 Cm
Height in Inches 5’ 7”
Weight in Kilograms 70 kg
Weight in Pounds 154 lbs
Body Measurements
Chest Size 40 Inches
Waist Size 32 Inches
Biceps Size 14 Inches
Shoe Size 10 (US)
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Salt & Pepper
 Family and Relatives
Father Gajanand Patekar (Businessman)
Mother Nirmala Patekar (Homemaker)
Brother Ashok and Dilip Patekar
Sisters Not Available
Girlfriend/Affair Manisha Koirala (Actress)

Ayesha Jhulka (Actress)

Wife Neelakanthi Patekar (a former Bank Officer)
Son Malhar Patekar & 1 More (died)
Daughter Not Available
Education & School, College
Educational Qualification A Commercial Arts diploma from J J School of Arts
School Samarth Vidyalaya, Dadar West, Mumbai
College / University Sir J.J Institute of Applied Arts, Mumbai
Favorites Things
Favorite Actor Not Available
Favorite Actress Smita Patil
Favorite Restaurant April Rain in Pune
Favorite Colour Red
Favorite Food Mutton Dishes, Malai Kabab, Prawns
Favorite Singer Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar
Hobbies Cooking, Doing Philanthropy

Nana Patekar Net Worth and Salary

Money Factor
Net Worth Not Available
Salary Not Available
Award Film Year Status
National Film Award
National Film Award for
Best Supporting Actor
Parinda 1990 Won
National Film Award for Best Actor Krantiveer 1995 Won
National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor Agni Sakshi 1997 Won
Filmfare Award
Filmfare Best Supporting Actor
Award
Andha Yudh 1989 Nominated
Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award Parinda 1990 Won
Filmfare Best Villain Award Angaar 1992 Won
Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman 1993 Nominated
Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award Tirangaa 1994 Nominated
Filmfare Best Actor Award Krantiveer 1995 Won
Filmfare Best Villain Award Shakti: The Power 2003 Nominated
Filmfare Best Villain Award Apaharan 2006 Won
Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award Raajneeti 2011 Nominated
Star Screen Awards
Star Screen Award Best Actor Krantiveer 1995 Won
Star Screen Award Best Villain Apaharan 2006 Won
Bengal Film Journalists’ Association Awards
Bengal Film
Journalists’ Association – Best Actor Award (Hindi)
Ab Tak
Chhappan
2004 Won
Zee Cine Awards
Zee Cine Award for Best Actor (Marathi) Natsamrat 2015 Won

Nana Patekar Filmography

Year Film Role Notes
1978 Gaman Vasu
1979 Sinhasan Marathi
film
1980 Bhalu Marathi
film
1982 Raghu
Maina
Marathi
film
1983 Savitri Marathi
film
1984 Aaj Ki
Awaaz
Jagmohandas
1985 Gad
Jejuri Jejuri
Marathi film
1986 Ankush Ravindra Kelkar ‘Ravi’
Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy Nathuram
Godse
Maaficha
Sakshidar
Raghavendra Marathi
film
based on Joshi-Abhyankar serial murders
Phansi
Ka Phanda
Raghvendra
1987 Sutradhar Kumar
Mohre Abdul
Andhaa
Yudh
S.P. Suhas Dandekar Nominated – Filmfare Best Supporting Actor
Award
Pratighaat Ex-Constable Karamveer
Avam Colonel Mustafa Ali Zahidi
1988 Trishagni
Salaam
Bombay!
Baba
1990s Jungle Book Shōnen Mowgli (Hindi) Sher Khan (voice)
1990 Parinda Anna Seth Won – National Film Award for
Best Supporting ActorWon – Filmfare Best Supporting Actor
Award
Thodasa Roomani Ho Jaayen Natwarlal aka Dhrushtadyumna Padmanabh
Prajapati Neelkant Dhumketu Barish Kar
1991 Prahaar: The Final Attack Major Chauhan Also director

Nominated – Filmfare Best Story
Award

Disha Vasant D. Mandre
Diksha Koga Pandit
1992 Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman Jai Nominated – Filmfare Best Supporting Actor
Award
Angaar Majid Khan Won – Filmfare Best Villain Award

Won – Bengal Film
Journalists’ Association – Best Supporting Actor (Hindi)

1993 Tirangaa Shivajirao Wagle Nominated – Filmfare Best Supporting Actor
Award
1994 Krantiveer Pratap Narayan Tilak Won – National Film Award for Best Actor

Won – Filmfare Best Actor Award

Won – Star Screen Award Best Actor

Abhay Ghost
1995 Hum Dono Vishal Saigal
1996 Agni Sakshi Won – National Film Award for
Best Supporting Actor
Khamoshi: The Musical Joseph Braganza
1997 Ghulam-E-Mustafa Ghulam-E-Mustafa
Yeshwant Yeshwant Lohar
1998 Yugpurush Anirudh
Wajood Malhar Gopaldas Agnihotri/Col. Latti
1999 Hu Tu Tu Bhau
Kohram Maj. Ajit Arya
2000 Gang Abdul
Tarkieb CBI Inspector Jasraj Patel
2002 Vadh Dr. Arjun Singh
Shakti: The Power Narasimha Nominated – Filmfare Best Villain Award
2003 Bhoot Inspector Liyaqat Qureshi
Darna Mana
Hai
John Rodrigues
Aanch Mahadev
2004 Ab Tak
Chhappan
Inspector Sadhu Agashe Won – Bengal Film
Journalists’ Association – Best Actor Award (Hindi)
2005 Apaharan Tabrez Alam Won – Filmfare Best Villain Award

Won – Star Screen Award Best Villain

Pak Pak Pakaak Bhutya Marathi film
Bluffmaster! Chandru Parekh
2006 Taxi No.
9211
Raghav Shastri
2007 Hattrick Doctor
Dus
Kahaniyaan
The man carrying balloons for a dead wife in the story “Gubbare”
Welcome Don Uday Shetty
Yatra Dasrath Joglekar
The Pool Bungalow Owner
2008 Ek: The Power of One CBI Officer Rane
Bommalattam Film Director Tamil film
2009 Horn ‘Ok’ Pleassss Govinda *Vadh
2010 Paathshaala Principal Aditya Sahay
Raajneeti Brij Gopal Nominated – Filmfare Best Supporting Actor
AwardNominated – Zee Cine Awards
Best Supporting Actor Award
Tum Milo Toh Sahi Subramanium
Yaksha Police Officer Kannada Film
2011 Shagird Hanumant Singh
Deool Bhau Galande Marathi film
2012 Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal Kallu
2013 The Attacks of 26/11 Rakesh Maria, Joint Commissioner of Police
(Crime)
It’s My Life Businessman
Hungame Pe Hungama Jigar Bandhan
2014 Dr. Prakash Baba Amte: The Real
Hero
Dr. Prakash Amte Marathi film
Yashwantrao Chavan– Bakhar Eka
Vaadalaachi
Pratap Deshmukh Marathi film
2015 Ab Tak Chhappan 2 Inspector Sadhu Agashe
Welcome Back Uday Shetty
2016 Natsamrat Ganpatrao Ramchandra Belwalkar Marathi film

Won – Zee Cine Award for Best
Actor (Marathi)

The Jungle Book (Hindi) Shere Khan (voice)
Tadka Tukaram Hindi film
2017 Wedding Anniversary Nagarjuna Hindi film
2017 Golmaal
Again
Nana Patekar Hindi film guest
appearance
2018 Aapla Manus Maruti Nagargoje Marathi film
2018 Kaala Haridev Abhayankar Tamil film

Nana Patekar Contact Address

Contact Address
House Address Not Available
Phone Number Not Available
Email Id Not Available
Website Not Available

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Nana Patekar

  • Around 40 years after making his acting debut, in 2017, he did his first commercial for ‘Vikram Tea.’
  • Before coming into the acting profession, he did odd jobs like painting Zebra crossings, painting movie posters, etc., to earn a living.
  • Despite his close links with the Shiv Sena, Nana got involved with the ‘Citizen of Peace Movement’ during the 1992 riots in Bombay.
  • Does Nana Patekar drink alcohol?: Yes
  • Does Nana Patekar smoke?: No (quit at the age of 56)
  • During an interview, he revealed that he celebrates his son’s birthday in an orphanage.
  • He also worked in an advertising agency for some time.
  • He credits his mother for teaching him cooking and acting.
  • He was born to a textile businessman in Murud-Janjira (in the then Bombay State).
  • His son Malahar also acted in Prahaar, as the young Nana Patekar.
  • In 2016, he made his debut as a producer with the film “Natsamrat.”
  • In the begging of his career, Nana worked as a commercial artist and visualizer at Strusa Advertising.
  • Nana had a narrow escape from getting burned during the filming of the last scene of the film Parinda.
  • Nana has done playback singing in the films “Yeshwant” (1997), “Wajood” (1998) and “Aanch” (2003).
  • Nana is the only actor to have won the Filmfare Supporting Actor, Best Actor, and Best Villian.
  • When he was 13-year-old, he used to paint cinema posters; for which, he was paid ₹35 and one meal.
  • When Nana was 28-year-old, he lost his father, and within two-and-a-half years of that, he lost his first son.

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