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).
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.
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.