Why Nana Patekar slapped a fan: In the world of Bollywood, everyone knows Nana Patekar for his unique way of talking in movies. But now, the news is not about his acting skills. It’s about him getting angry with a fan in Varanasi. We wonder, what made the experienced actor, who was busy shooting on Dashashwamedha Road, hit a fan?
A fan who came to take a selfie was attacked
This young person wanted a selfie with Nana Patekar, who was dressed up in a different way for the shoot. But Nana Patekar didn’t like the fan coming too close. He got mad and hit the fan on the head. Someone from Nana Patekar’s team even grabbed the fan and pushed him away.
Why Nana Patekar slapped a fan?
People who saw this were really surprised. Some think the fan shouldn’t have gone so close and asked for a selfie. People recorded the whole thing on their phones, and now it’s all over social media. Many people are saying bad things about Nana Patekar because of what happened. More info about Why Nana Patekar slapped a fan? what went during the shooting!
You supposed to show this anger in reel, not in real Nana Patekar sahab😭 pic.twitter.com/zo5Fqm7MlK— Lala (@Lala_The_Don) November 15, 2023
Nana Patekar recently came back to movies with ‘Vaccine War,’ directed by Vivek Agnihotri. But this incident with the fan is causing a lot of criticism for him.
Nana Patekar was born in Murud-Janjira, Raigad district, Maharashtra, on January 1, 1951. He started his Bollywood journey with the movie ‘Maanth’ in 1978. He’s been in the film industry for more than 40 years and acted in many super hit films. Even now, at this age, he’s still busy with movies and has a lot of money and possessions, like a farmhouse and cars.
But Nana Patekar’s life hasn’t always been smooth. In 2018, Tanushree Dutta accused him of doing something wrong to her. She said it happened in 2008 while they were filming ‘Horn OK Please.’ Nana Patekar said it didn’t happen, but because of this, he stayed away from movies for some time. Now, he’s back and trying to do well in the film industry again.