Nana Patekar is the most loving and famous names in the Hindi film industry plus the Marathi film industry. This ace star is not just an artist but also an author, humanitarian, and movie maker. Nana has amazed us with his diverse characters in films over the years. ‘Parinda’, ‘Krantiveer’, ‘Apaharan’ and ‘Natsamrat’, gained him honors and critical acclaim.
Nana Patekar’s unknown side
Nana Patekar rightly justifies all the name and distinction he rules now, as a lot of attempts and effort got into building his profession. There was a time in his life when painted zebra crossings and film placards to make a living. When his dad’s biz ended, Nana started a temporary job where he just made Rs 35 daily and just one meal.
Nana an army man
Mr Patekar had carried out a 3 year army training programme for his movie ‘Prahaar’ and was offered the honorary grade of Captain. After his movie’s shoot, he reportedly came back and served in the armed forces in the Kargil battle Now you know why the super star is such a closely controlled and firm character.
Nana’s passion for cooking
The actor is a professional cook and truly loves to prepare diverse cuisines. He is one of those few superstars who loves to cook his own food and is also acknowledged to treat his pals to special platters, which he enjoys now and then.
Nana didn’t utilize his star power to set up his son in Bollywood
Nana’s loving son Malhar is also an artist. But the super star denied offering his son any assistance to set up himself in the movie industry. He reportedly did so, as he thought Malhar should fight and cross all hurdles to safe his position in the industry. Nana was of the view that his son should uncover his way on his own and turn out to be a self-made star.
Nana’s humanitarian works for agriculturists
The actor himself is an agriculturist and looks after a farm where he grows wheat, rice, etc. The reports said that he sells the produce and offers the funds to deprived farmers. He has also presented sewing machines to the widow womans of the agriculturists who did suicide. He aided around 62 families by donating Rs 15,000 to each in Latur.