Jeet Wiki Height Weight Family Affairs Biography & More

Jeetendra Madnani, mononymously known as Jeet, is an Indian actor, film producer, singer, entrepreneur and television presenter known for his work in Bengali cinema. He owns the production houses “Grassroot Entertainment” and “Jeetz Filmworks”.

He had been a recipient of numerous awards including Tele Cine Awards, Anandalok Puraskar for the Best Actor and Kalakar Awards(2014) for “King of Tollywood” and many others. He is one of the few actors known for doing commercial action films in Tollywood.


Jeet Wiki Height Weight Family Affairs Biography & More

Jeet (Actor) and Biography
NameJeetendra Madnani
Nick-nameJeet, Daboo, Ganglu
SexMale
Date Of Birth30 November 1978
Age44 Years (as in 2023)
Profession / OccupationActor, Model, Cricketer, Anchor, Producer  (Bengali, Telugu, Odia)
Mother TongueBengali
ReligionHindu
NationIndian
Zodiac SignSagittarius
Height / Weight6′ 0” / 75kg
First MovieChandu (2001, Telugu)
DebutTV: Bishabriksha (1994)
Film: Chandu (2001, Telugu)
Film: Sathi (2002, Bengali)
Producer: 100% Love (2012)
Money FactorNot Known
Jeet Family and Relatives
FatherMithu Das Madnani
MotherSharda Devi
BrothersNot Known
SistersNot Known
Marital StatusMarried (24 February 2011)
WifeMohona Ratlani (School Teacher)
DaughtersNavanya Madnani
SonsNone
Girlfriends/ AffairsSwastika Mukherjee (Actress)
Jeet Height, Weight and Body Measurements
Height in Centimeters183 cm
Height in Meters1.83 m
Height in Feet Inches6′ 0”
Weight75kg
Body Measurement42-32-14
Chest Size42 inches
Waist Size32 inches
Biceps Size14 inches
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourBlack
Jeet Favorites
Favorite ColourBlack, White, Blue
Favorite ActorNot Known
Favorite ActressNot Known
Favorite FoodPasta, Pizza, Mango, Chocolate, Nolen Gurer Sandesh (Bengali Sweet Dish)
HobbiesShopping, Gymming, Watching Dramas, Movies, Creating Art
Favorite DirectorNot Known
Favorite MoviesBhooter Bhabishyat (2012, Bengali)
Favorite PerfumeGiorgio Emporio
Favorite SportCricket
Favorite DestinationNot Known
Jeet Education School and Colleges
Education QualificationGraduate
SchoolSt. Joseph & Mary’s School, Kolkata, India
National High School, Kolkata, India
College / UniversityBhawanipur Education Society College, Kolkata
OthersNot Known
Jeet Residence and Contact Address
Birth PlaceKolkata, West Bengal, India
Home TownKolkata, West Bengal, India
Present ResidenceKolkata, West Bengal, India
House AddressKolkata, West Bengal, India
Phone No / Mobile NoNot Known
Email IDNot Known
Websitehttp://jeetonline.com
Jeet Awards, Honours, Achievements
Civilian AwardsNot Known
National HonoursNot Known
National Film AwardsNot Known
ControversiesNot Known
Jeet Social Media
Twitterjeet30
Facebookjeet30official
Instagramjeet_madnani
WikipediaJeet_(actor)

Personal life

Jeet was born into a Sindhi family. He had reportedly been in a relationship with his co-star Swastika Mukherjee during the shooting of the film Mastan. Jeet subsequently married Mohna Ratlani, a school teacher from Lucknow, India, on 24 February 2011. They became parents to a daughter on 12 December 2012.


Career

Jeet started his modeling career in 1993. His first acting assignment was Bishabriksha (1994–95), a Bengali TV series directed by Bishnu Palchaudhuri. He made his big screen debut with Chandu (2001), a Telugu film.His first success came in 2002, opposite Priyanka Trivedi, through Sathi, a highly successful romantic drama, directed by Haranath Chakraborty, for which he won the Bengal Film Journalists’ Association – Most Promising Actor Award and Anandalok Awards for Best Actor. In t he same year, he acted in the Bengali remake of Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar. This initial success was followed by other critical and commercial successes, including Nater GuruSangeeBandhan and Yuddho. In 2005, he acted alongside Koel Mallick in Nater Guru, which released to critical and commercial success and fetched him his second Anandalok Award for Best Actor. He also starred in some commercial failures, including SaathiharaPriyotoma and Ghatak, and in Jor, which was more successful.

2010 proved to be a commercially successful year for Jeet as he starred in Wanted and Dui Prithibi, both of which were critically and commercially successful ventures; the latter being the highest grosser of 2010, according to a study conducted by FICCI and Deloitte. In 2013, he appeared in the crime thriller Boss: Born to Rule, which was Jeet’s first pan-India release. The film proved to be one of the biggest hits of 2013, grossing ₹67.5 million (US$850,000) and also earned him his first Filmfare Awards East nomination.

From 2014 to 2016, he has starred in many films, including four critically and commercially successful ventures – the psychological thriller The Royal Bengal Tiger, the comedy thriller Bachchan, the action comedy Badsha The Don and the action drama Abhimaan. In 2018 the action thriller film Bagh Bandi Khela released on 16 November 2018. He also worked with Adil. In 2020 he starred in Asur . In 2022, he starred in the action thriller Raavan and in 2023 he starred in Chengiz, both of which was commercially successful. Chengiz became the first Bengali film to be released simultaneously in both Bengali and Hindi languages.

In television, he appeared on several reality shows and also hosted some, including Koti Takar Baaji and Bigg Boss Bangla.


Filmography

Main article: Jeet filmography

1993–96

Jeet started with modelling assignments and then shifted to serials like Bishabriksha in 1994–95, directed by Bishnu Palchaudhuri, in which he played Taracharan; In Janani by Bishnu Palchaudhuri, in which he played Anil; and Daughters of the Century by Tapan Sinha, in which he was cast in the roles of Champiya

2001–04

Jeet collaborated with Haranath Chakraborty for Naater Guru, which had the debutante Koel Mallick in the female lead. He later acted with Priyanka Trivedi in the film Sangee, released on 26 December 2003. In 2004, his first film was with Raima Sen, named Shakti. His other films of the year include Premi (opposite debutant Chandana Sharma), MastanAakrosh, and Bandhan.

2005–08

In 2005, he acted in Yuddho along with Mithun ChakrabortyDebashree Roy and Koel Mallick. In 2005, Jeet collaborated with Mallick in Shubhodrishti and Manik, both directed by Prabhat Roy. Jeet won the Anandalok Awards for Best Actor for Manik.

Jeet again acted with Mallick in two consecutive films – Ghatak and Hero. He played Govindlal in Raja Sen‘s directional venture Krishnakanter Will, which starred Swastika Mukherjee and Monali Thakur as female leads. His next film was with Hrishitaa Bhatt, titled Bidhatar Lekha, which starred Priyanshu Chatterjee as the main antagonist. The film explores two lovers and their relationship in their last life that had come to a tragic end, and the pair confronts each other again in the current incarnation. He again collaborated with Mukherjee for the film Partner in 2008. Jeet collaborated with Varsha Priyadarshini for Jor which, made on a budget Rs. 1.25 crore, crossed seven weeks in theater and proved to be a hit in the box office.

2009–present

Jeet appeared with Mallick in the films Saat Paake Bandha and Neel Akasher Chandni. He starred in Dui Prithibi, which was released on 14 October 2010. Dui Prithibi was the highest grosser of 2010, according to a study conducted by FICCI and Deloitte.[15][16][17][18]

Jeet next starred with Srabanti Chatterjee in Fighter, the remake of the Telugu film Lakshyam. He worked with Nusrat Jahan in Raj Chakraborty‘s action film Shotru, which was a remake of the Tamil film Singam. Roshni Mukherjee of The Times of India gave the film a positive review. Jeet reappeared with Priyanka Trivedi in Hello Memsaheb. In 2012 he became a producer with the movie 100% Love, in which he also acted together with Mallick. His second film in 2012 with Sayantika Banerjee was Awara, which was the highest-grossing film of the year 2012.[citation needed] In 2013, he appeared in the gangster action film Boss with Subhashree Ganguly which was a remake of Mahesh Babu‘s Businessman. Although the film received mixed reviews from critics, Jaya Biswas of The Times of India wrote that “Jeet […] can dance, fight and emote as well. Jeet won the Kalakar Awards for The King of Tollywood for the film. He was also nominated for Best Actor in the inaugural ceremony of Filmfare Awards East.

Jeet acted in an extended special performance with Abir Chatterjee and Shraddha Das in Neeraj Pandey‘s debut Bengali production venture The Royal Bengal Tiger. Produced by Friday Filmworks and Jeet’s Grassroot Entertainment and distributed by Viacom Motion Pictures, the film turned out to be a critical and commercial success. Jeet’s performance of a suave and slightly dangerous Anjan who completely transforms the main protagonist in the film, received critical acclaim. He also acted in Baba Yadav’s second directional venture Game, in which he played an officer of the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) working in the Indian Army. In 2014, Jeet co-starred with Aindrita Ray (in her debut Bengali film) in the film Bachchan, which released on 3 October 2014, to positive response from critics as well as from audiences.

In 2015 he co-starred in the action comedy filmBesh Korechi Prem Korechi with Koel Mallick. The film included Kharaj MukherjeePuneet Issar and Ashish Vidyarthi in lead roles. It was a remake of the Telugu movie Loukyam. In 2016, he starred in Power and Badsha – The Don. Directed by Baba YadavBadsha – The Don was an Indian-Bangladeshi action comedy film. Both the films failed at the box-office. He also played the lead role in Abhimaan. 2017 onwards all his films have been released under the banner of his own production houses “Grassroot Entertainment” and “Jeetz Filmworks”. In 2017 he starred in Boss 2: Back to Rule, a sequel to his 2013 film Boss: Born to Rule. Jeet reprised his role of Surya aka Surya Bhai. An India-Bangladesh joint production directed by Baba Yadav, it features Subhashree Ganguly and Bangladeshi actress Nusraat Faria in the leading roles. It went on to become the fourth highest grossing Bengali film of all time grossing more than 10.5 crores. In 2018, first he released Inspector Notty K. It received negative reviews from the critics Then he played the titular role in Sultan: The Saviour which is a remake of 2015 Tamil movie Vedalam. His third film that year was Bagh Bandi Khela. In 2019, he first acted in the comedy-drama Baccha Shoshur. Then he co-starred in Shesh Theke Shuru with Koel Mallick. It was the 50th movie of Jeet since his first movie Chandu (2001) and it marked the collaboration between Jeet and Koel Mallick after 4 years since they last worked altogether in 2015 film Besh Korechi Prem Korechi. His third film in 2019 was Panther: Hindustan Meri Jaan. An action thriller directed by debutant Anshuman Pratyush, although majority of the audiences appreciated it, critics gave it overwhelmingly negative reviews. In 2020, Jeet starred in Asur directed by Pavel Bhattacharjee. It was a tribute to the sculptor Ramkinkar Baij.

In 2021, he starred in Baazi, a film made under his production house Jeetz Filmworks, opposite Mimi Chakraborty. It was released in October during Puja holidays. In 2022, he starred in Ravaan, a film made under his production house Jeetz Filmworks. It released on Eid al-Fitr. The film received moderate reviews. While Jeet’s performance received praise, the plot and screenplay was criticised. In 2023, htarred in the action-thriller Chengiz which became the first Bengali film to be released simultaneously in both Bengali and Hindi languages on 21 April 2023.

Jeet will next star in “Manush: Child of Destiny” with Jeetu Kamal, Bidya Sinha Saha Mim and Sushmita Chatterjee and “Boomerang” after it.


Television appearances

Name of the showNotesChannel
Star of BengalHostZee Bangla
Dance Bangla DanceTo promote his film ShotruZee Bangla
Koti Takar Baaji[35]HostStar Jalsha
Dadagiri UnlimitedTo promote his film The Royal Bengal Tiger.Zee Bangla
MirakkelTo promote his film BachchanZee Bangla
MirakkelTo promote his film PowerZee Bangla
Bigg Boss BanglaHostColors Bangla
Dance Bangla DanceJudgeZee Bangla
Ismart JodiHostStar Jalsha

Awards and nominations

YearAwardFilm/ShowCategoryResult
2003Bengal Film Journalists’ Association AwardsSathiMost Promising ActorWon
2003Anandalok AwardsSathiBest ActorWon
2005Anandalok AwardsManikAnandalok Award for Best ActorWon
2006Anandalok AwardsPriyotamaBest Upcoming Star (Male)Won
2008Anandalok AwardsJorBest ActorWon
2010Zee Bangla Gourab Somman AwardsWantedBest ActorWon
2010Anandalok Puraskar[36]WantedBest Actor (Male)Nominated
2013Tele Cine Awards[37]DeewanaBest Actor/Performance in a Leading RoleWon
2013Tele Cine Awards[37]DeewanaBest Jodi with Srabanti ChatterjeeWon
2014Filmfare Awards EastBossBest ActorNominated
2014Kalakar AwardsBossThe King of Tollywood AwardWon
2020Films and Frames Digital Film AwardsAsurBest Actor (Popular)Won (Refused)
2022West Bengal Film Journalists’ Association AwardsAsurBest ActorNominated

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