Nana Patekar Best Movies
Nana Patekar Best Movies is the collection of top bollywood movies of Nana Patekar. Vishwanath “Nana” Patekar is an Indian actor and filmmaker. He acted in movies such as Gaman (1978), Mohre (1987) and Salaam Bombay! (1988) and was noticed by the mainstream Bollywood industry for his portrayal of the villain in the 1989 film, Parinda, for which he won his first National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor. He won the Filmfare Best Villain Award in 1992 for Angaar.
Nana Patekar Best Movie – Angaar (1992)
Angaar is a 1992 best action and crime movie, directed by Shashilal K. Nair. Unemployed and branded a trouble-maker, Jaikishan lives a poor lifestyle in a slum-area called Asha Colony, very near Andher’s Lokhandwala Complex along with his sister, Seema; mom and dad. He comes to the rescue of a homeless orphan, Mili, who suffers from a deep inferiority complex, and permits her to live with his family.
Actors – Jackie Shroff, Dimple Kapadia and Nana Patekar
Director – Shashilal K. Nair
Nana Patekar Best Movie - Ab Tak Chhappan (2004)
Ab Tak Chhappan is a 2004 best action Hindi film directed by Shimit Amin. The story revolves around Inspector Sadhu Agashe from the Mumbai Encounter Squad famous for having killed 56 people in police encounters.The section of the Mumbai Police Department responsible for handling the underworld is headed by Sadhu Agashe. Sadhu is the city’s best inspector, with an enviable reputation and record of encounter shootings. Though tough, he is an loving husband to his wifeand father and also helps his informers and other poor people in times of need.
Actors – Nana Patekar, Yashpal Sharma and Prasad Purandhare
Director – Shimit Amin
Nana Patekar Best Movie – Parinda (1989)
Parinda is an award-winning 1989 Indian film directed and produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra. Parinda is considered by many to be the turning point in reality in Hindi cinema, as the theme of the film discusses the real life of Indian underworld gangsters and the general life of residents in the city of Mumbai. The story revolves around two brothers, Kishen and Karan, who have spent their childhood growing up alone on the streets of Mumbai.
Director – Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Nana Patekar Best Movie – Prahaar (1991)
Prahaar is a 1991 best Hindi film, written and directed by Nana Patekar. Prahaar is the story of Major Chavan, a tough and stern soldier, trained to destroy the enemy. He can see the enemy on our borders but is unaware of the invisible enemy within ourselves. When one of Major’s Commandos – Peter D’Souza is killed, he is shown the harsh reality revolving around us, the enemy is within ourselves. The battlefield changes and Major Chavan makes his final attack on the enemy within this crumbling society.
Director – Nana Patekar
Nana Patekar Best Movie – Ankush (1986)
Ankush is a 1986 Hindi movie written, directed , edited and co-produced by N. Chandra starring Nana Patekar. It is a story of four lower middle class unemployed young men in Mumbai who feel disconnected with society and are wasting their life away when new neighbours, a young beautiful girl Nita and her grandmother, change their perspective. They change their attitude and try and blend in with the normal, honest and hard-working society of 1980s India when Nita is raped at the hands of her employers.
Actors – Nana Patekar, Rabia Amin and Raja Bundela
Director – N. Chandra
Nana Patekar Best Movie – Disha (1990)
Disha is a 1990 Bollywood best comedy and drama movie, directed by Sai Paranjape. The Sarpat family, who live in Bhukari, consist of Parsaram, who has been involved in digging a well for the past over 12 years and is now called ‘Pagal Parsa’; his brother, Soma, who gets some casual work in the fields; his wife, Hansa, who goes to work at a Bidi factory; and four children ironically named Sharmila, Jeetendra, Amitabh, and Kadhu.
Director – Sai Paranjape
Nana Patekar Best Movie – Diksha (1991)
Diksha is 1991 Hindi film directed by Arun Kaul and his only feature. The film is based on a novella by eminent Kannada writer U. R. Ananthamurthy. “Diksha’ is the story of the Guru and his widowed daughter, the head disciple and the novice; the lowly-born ‘Koga’ who dreams of learning the intricacy of scriptures.
Actors – Sulabha Arya, Vijay Kashyap and Nana Patekar
Director – Arun Kaul
Nana Patekar Best Movie – Apharan (2005)
Apaharan is a 2005 Hindi action and crime film. It is the story of a complex relationship and clashing ideologies between a father and son set in the backdrop of the kidnapping industry in the eastern state of Bihar, India.
Director – Prakash Jha
Nana Patekar Best Movie - Taxi No. 9 2 11: Nau Do Gyarah (2006)
Taxi No 9211 is a Hindi film that released on February 2006 and was directed by Milan Luthria. Raghav Shastri and Jai Mittal belong to two different strata of the society . Raghav is a hot-tempered , world-weary taxi driver who lies to his family about working as an insurance salesman . Jai is the heir to a sprawling business empire , your stereotypical spoiled rich man’s son .
Actors – John Abraham, Nana Patekar and Sonali Kulkarni
Director – Milan Luthria