Nana Patekar

Nana Patekar (conceived 1 January 1951) is an Indian performer, essayist, altruist and movie producer, essentially working in Hindi and Marathi

films.

He won a National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor and a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for his part in Parinda

(1989). He at that point won the Filmfare Best Villain Award for his part in Angaar (1992). In 1995, he won the National Film Award for

Best Actor and additionally the Filmfare and the Screen grants for Best Actor for his part in Krantiveer (1994). He additionally won his

second Filmfare Best Villain Award for his part in Apaharan (2005). In 2017 he won the Filmfare Marathi grant for best on-screen character for

his execution in Natsamrat.

He is the main on-screen character to win Filmfare Award for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Villain classifications. He was

presented with the fourth most noteworthy non military personnel respect of India, the Padma Shri grant for his devotion in the field of Films and Arts.

Early life

Patekar was destined to a Marathi family as Vishwanath Patekar on 1 January 1951 in Murud-Janjira in Raigad District,

Maharashtra.He is a former student of the Sir J.J. Organization of Applied Art, Mumbai.

Vocation

Patekar has assumed numerous sorts of parts. He has played the periodic scoundrel, however has been a legend in the vast majority of his movies. His

make a big appearance film was Gaman (1978), after which he completed a few little parts in Marathi silver screen. He did the part of Nathuram Godse in

the British TV arrangement Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy. He had prominent parts in Aaj Ki Awaz (1984), Ankush (1986),

Pratighaat (1987), Mohre (1987), Trishagni (1988), Awam (1987) and Sagar Sangam (1988).

His execution in Mira Nair’s Salaam Bombay! (1988) was adulated. He was seen by the standard Hindi Cinema for his

depiction of a wrongdoing ruler in Parinda (1989), for which he won his first National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor and was

likewise granted the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award. He turned executive with his film Prahaar (1991), co-featuring Madhuri

Dixit, for which he experienced preparing for his part as an Indian Army officer. His part in Angaar (1992) earned him the Filmfare

Best Villain Award. He co-featured with industry veteran Raaj Kumar in Tirangaa (1993). He played a truant, betting child in

Krantiveer (1994), for which he won the National Film Award for Best Actor and furthermore won the Filmfare Award and the Star

Screen Awards. Patekar depicted the character of a phantom in the kids’ film Abhay, which won two honors at the 42nd

National Film Festival held in 1994. He co-featured with Rishi Kapoor in Hum Dono (1995). He played a tank top in Agni

Sakshi (1996), a hard of hearing father to Manisha Koirala in Khamoshi (1996), a criminal in Ghulam-E-Mustafa (1997), a legitimate, yet

dissident cop in Yeshwant (1997) and a schizophrenic in Wajood (1998). He co-featured with Amitabh Bachchan in Kohram

(1999), where he played a covert Indian Army insight officer pursuing Bachchan’s undercover. His other eminent movies

of this decade were Yugpurush (1998) and Hu Tu (1999). He featured with Aditya Pancholi as the CBI chief in the wrongdoing

dramatization Tarkieb (2000). Following a rest of a year he came back to acting in Shakti (2002) in which he assumed the part of a to a great degree

fierce father. In Ab Tak Chhappan (2004), he played a cop who is an experience master. His execution in

Apaharan (2005) earned him his second Filmfare Best Villain Award and in addition the Star Screen Award Best Villain. He played a

cab driver in Taxi No. 9211 (2006). Patekar has additionally done comic parts, for example, in Welcome (2007), in which he plays a

capable wrongdoing master in Dubai who once wanted to be an on-screen character in films. He acted in Sangeeth Sivan’s film Ek (2009). He played

the part of a school dean in Paathshaala (2010). He likewise acted in Prakash Jha’s multi-star political dramatization film Raajneeti

(2010). In 2011, he featured in the widely praised Shagird and a Marathi film Deool. His next film was Ram Gopal Verma’s

The Attacks of 26/11 (2013) in view of the occasions of the 2008 Mumbai Attacks in which he assumed the part of Joint

Chief of Police Rakesh Maria. In 2014, he featured in another Marathi film Dr. Prakash Baba Amte – The Real Hero. In

2015, he made two spin-offs repeating his parts in Ab Tak Chhappan 2, continuation of Ab Tak Chhappan and Welcome Back, spin-off

of Welcome. In 2016, he featured as Ganpatrao “Appa” Belwalkar in the film adjustment of the Drama Natsamrat which was

exceptionally effective fundamentally and economically. He did the voice representing Shere Khan in the Hindi rendition of The Jungle Book

(2016).

Singing profession

Patekar did some playback singing in the movies Yeshwant (1997), Wajood (1998) and Aanch (2003).

Individual life

Patekar wedded Neelakanthi Patekar and they have a child Malhar Patekar. They later separated.

Charity

Patekar is known for his straightforward way of life and his liberality in giving to foundations. He contributed cash towards remaking of

the surge attacked towns in Bihar through the altruistic association Anubhuthi.All the fiscal compensation he acquired for

his execution in the motion picture Paathshaala was given by him to five diverse beneficent organisations.When he was granted

the Raj Kapoor grant which conveys a money prize of Rs 10,00,000, he gave the whole sum towards dry season help

exercises in Maharashtra. He additionally gave money related guide to groups of ranchers who conferred suicide because of obligation

achieved by dry spell. He disseminated checks worth Rs 15,000 to 62 groups of agriculturists from Vidarbha area in August

2015 and another 113 families from Latur and Osmanabad areas of Marathwada in September 2015.

In September 2015, Patekar set up the Naam Foundation, with kindred Marathi performing artist Makarand Anaspure, which attempts to

give help to ranchers overcome by dry season conditions in Maharashtra.

Utilizing a Twitter battle with the hashtag IcareIsupport, Patekar could acquire assets to help Maharashtra dry spell

casualties.

Honors and acknowledgment

Padma Shri Award – India’s fourth most elevated regular citizen respect

Patekar was given the Padma Shri grant for his devotion in the field of Films and Arts in 2013 on the eve of 64th Republic

Day.

Patekar is the main performing artist to win Filmfare Awards in the Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Villain classes.

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