Nana Patekar is a famous Indian actor. Other than his acting skills he is also a filmmaker who is mainly working in Hindi and Marathi cinema. His acting skills are fabulous and let him win a number of awards.
He won many awards including national Filmfare award for best supporting actor and for best-supporting actor for his role in Parinda in 1989. He also won a number of Filmfare awards due to his excellent acting skills in the film industry.
As of 2018, a estimated net worth of Nana Patekar is 40 crores (INR)
The main source of his income is his acting and writing skills.
Real Name: Vishwanath Patekar
Date of Birth: 1 January 1951
Age: 66 years
Nick Name: Nana
Height: 152 cm
Weight: 76 kg
Marital Status: Married
He was born in murud-janjira in Raigad district, Maharashtra. His father was a businessman named as Rajan and Patekar and her mother is Nirmala Patekar. He has two siblings Ashok and Dilip Patekar. Moreover, he has completed his graduation from Sir J.J.institute of applied arts, Mumbai.
In his film career, he acted as a villain as well as a hero. Both the roles are played excellently by him. He did many roles in Marathi films. He also did the role of God in television series Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy. His most famous roles in Aaj ki awaz in 1984, Ankush in 1986, Pratighaat in 1987, more in 1987 and Sagar Sangam in 1988.
He also won a number of awards for his best performances in the film Parinda. For this film, he won his first national film award for best supporting actor and Filmfare best-supporting actor award.
Well other than his acting career, he is also a very good singer. He did some playback singing in the films Yeshwant in 1997, Wajood in 1998 and Aanch in 2003.
Nana Patekar had experienced a very hard childhood. His father died when he was 28 years old and his first son later on. Married to the Neelkanti at an age of 27. Well, he is an atheist but used to celebrate the Ganesh festival due to her family tradition.
Well other than his film awards he also honored by the Padam Shri by the government of India. He said that his father loved plays and encouraged him for his work.