Nana Patekar is an Indian film actor, director and writer primarily known for his contribution to Hindi and Marathi cinema. After making his debut with the Hindi film ‘Gaman’ (1978), he appeared in the Marathi films 'Sinhasan' (1979), 'Bhalu' (1980), 'Raghu Maina' (1982), 'Savitri' (1983), 'Ankush' (1986) and 'Maaficha Sakshidar' (1986).
Later in this career, the actor starred in several successful Bollywood movies. Some of Nana Patekar’s highest-grossing films are 'Pratighaat' (1987), 'Salaam Bombay' (1988), 'Parinda' (1989), 'Diksha' (1991), 'Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman' (1992), 'Angaar' (1992), 'Tirangaa' (1993), 'Krantiveer' (1994),'Hum Dono' (1995), 'Agni Sakshi' (1996), 'Khamoshi: The Musical' (1996), 'Bhoot' (2003), 'Apaharan' (2005), 'Welcome' (2007), 'Raajneeti' (2010) and 'Welcome Back' (2015).
His other Marathi film credits include 'Deool' (2011), 'Dr. Prakash Baba Amte – The Real Hero' (2014),'Yashwantrao Chavan– Bakhar Eka Vaadalaachi' (2014), 'Natsamrat' (2016) and 'Aapla Manus' (2018). Patekar is also known for his voice work in the popular children’s animated film ‘The Jungle Book’ (2016).
This Oscar-nominated Indian drama film revolves around the life of a young boy named Krishna who grows up in the slums of Mumbai, one of India’s biggest cities. When he destroys his brother’s bicycle, his mother abandons him and informs him that he can only return after he can afford 500 Rupees to repair it. In order to collect the money, he is forced to work delivering tea. Eventually, he befriends a drug dealer and heroin addict named Chillum.
Sadhu is an honest and tough cop, who is known for killing criminals in encounters rather than arresting and putting them in prison. In addition, he is also a loving husband, as well as a generous person who helps the needy. He reports to Commissioner Pradhan, known to be a fair and honest police officer. However, his life takes a turn when Pradhan retires, and a new police commissioner arrives named MP Suchak, who has ties with a notorious gangster.
Giddh: The Vulture is a drama film which takes us to a rural village in India, where due to superstitious reasons, pre-pubescent girls of a certain caste are made into prostitutes for wealthy men. The story revolves around a pimp and a prostitute, who try to save one such girl.
Jai Mittal is a spoilt young man, whose wealthy father disinherits him and transfers all his property to a friend named Arjun Bajaj. Jai challenges this will in court and says that he has the original will in a security vault. However, on the day of the hearing, he is forced to take a cab because his car broke down. However, the taxi gets into an accident, which makes him lose the key to the vault. Soon, Raghav, the taxi driver and Jai, both create havoc in each other’s lives.
Samar, a young man, who belongs to a powerful Indian political family, lives in the US. However, when his father passes away, he decides to return to India and enter the dirty world of politics.
Feeling that his talent is being wasted in his little village, Raju, an engineering graduate, goes to Bombay in order to find better opportunities. He falls for a woman named Renu who helps him in acquiring a job. He begins to climb the ladder of success, but over time, he becomes quite arrogant. Things take a turn when a bridge that is being built under his supervision comes crashing down, crushing some people to death.
Uday and Majnu are gangsters but they want to get Uday’s half-sister Sanjana married to a decent family. However, they are unsuccessful since no one wants to be associated with a crime family. Meanwhile Dr Ghunghroo has also been trying to look for a match for his nephew Rajiv. However, his condition is that the alliance must be to a purely decent family. Things get complicated when Rajiv and Sanjana fall for each other.
Roy’s girlfriend believes that he is an honest person while he is actually a professional conman who dupes innocent people. When his girlfriend comes to know the truth, she decides to leave him for good. Things get even worse for Roy, when he is diagnosed with brain tumor. Therefore, he decides to take up a young man under his wing, to teach him the art of conning.
When Shyam, Baburao and Raju get cheated by a fraudster, their lives change completely. Now, they need to repay the loan that they have taken from a gangster but how?
Golmaal Again is a horror comedy film which tells the story of five orphaned men who return to the orphanage where they grew up in, after twenty five years, in order to attend the funeral of their mentor. They soon learn that their childhood friend Khushi has passed away. When they meet her ghost, they decide to help her attain salvation.
Sagar and Uday are two former gangsters, who have decided to quit the life of crime and lead honest lives. However, when they come to know about their newly discovered sister, they are forced to find a husband for her. Soon, mistaken identities lead to various complications.
After getting separated from each other due to an evil scheme, three couples meet each other after six hundred years. However, problem is that their respective partners get mixed up this time.