Jeet (actor)

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Jeet
Jeet (actor bengali).jpg
Native nameজিৎ
BornJeetendra Madnani
(1978-11-30) November 30, 1978 (age 35)
Kolkata, India
OccupationActor
Years active2002–present
Height5'11"
Spouse(s)Mohona Ratlani (2011-present)
Website
www.jeetonline.com
 
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Jeet
Jeet (actor bengali).jpg
Native nameজিৎ
BornJeetendra Madnani
(1978-11-30) November 30, 1978 (age 35)
Kolkata, India
OccupationActor
Years active2002–present
Height5'11"
Spouse(s)Mohona Ratlani (2011-present)
Website
www.jeetonline.com

Jeet (Bengali: জিৎ) (born Jeetendra Madnani on 30 November 1978) is a Bengali film actor, producer and television presenter from Kolkata, India.[1] Jeet began his acting career in 2002 with the film Saathi directed by Haranath Chakraborty, where he played the lead role for which he received the BFJA - Most Promising Actor Award for his performance in Saathi (2002). Followed by films Champion (2003), Naater Guru (2003), Shongee (2003), Premi (2004), Bondhon (2004), Juddho (2005), Hero (2006), Neel Akaser Chadni (2009), Wanted (2010), Josh (2010), Dui Prithibi (2010), Fighter (2011), Shotru (2011), 100% Love (2012), Awara (2012), Deewana (2013), Boss (2013), he has established himself as one of the biggest superstars in Tollywood.

Early life[edit]

As a child he studied at St. Joseph & Mary's School, New Alipore later in National High School, Hazra Road and completed his graduation from the Bhawanipur Education Society College of the University of Calcutta. However, his academic life was interrupted soon after for joining his family business.[2] Nevertheless, he had a renewed interest for Creative Art since his early days. He enjoyed watching dramas and movies. Sometimes he would try the styles and mannerisms of leading stars on himself. His friends insisted him to try his luck in Creative World.

Career[edit]

Jeet started with modelling assignments and then shifted to serials like Bishabriksha in 1994-95 directed by Bishnu Palchaudhuri in which he played Taracharan, Janani[disambiguation needed] 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 and Kadambini. In order to pursue a career in acting, Jeet left for Mumbai. He stayed there for five years without getting the breakthrough that he was looking for.

In a vacation back in Kolkata, he started meeting directors and producers. In the meanwhile, to pursue his acting, he became associated with an organization called the Prosenium Art Centre. It was at this time that he acted in two English dramas - 'Arms And The Man' and 'Man At The Floor'. Thereafter he left for Mumbai again. He started giving regular auditions over there. In this process he came to meet a producer from South India who cast him in the Telugu film Chandu, which was released in 2001. However, the film did not manage to garner him the kind of plaudits he needed to increase his acting cache in a dramatic manner.

In October 2001 when he was back to Kolkata once again he suddenly he received a call from Haranath Chakraborty to come up and meet him at NT1 Studio. The shooting of Sathi commenced from 15 January 2002 and with that film Jeet made a big splash on Bengali screen. The film created box office records. The youth of Bengal went crazy with the new avatar of a Bengali hero. Jeet's simple yet powerful acting appealed across masses. Though initially he mainly played romantic characters, he soon expanded his acting skills and successfully transformed into an action hero. In 2005, a special Durja Puja campaign of Thums Up launched Jeet as their brand ambassador in West Bengal. The ad was enormously popular in regional channels and remains one of the most loved Bengali ads to date. However, Jeet was not a newbee to ads. A relatively small budget ad of a regional brand of men's innerwear had jeet in the lead. That was in the mid-1990s. The ad showed him in a not-so-prevalent-then sexy macho masculine avatar, together with a raunchy female model on a bike. The ad still remains a remembered ad for its outrageous appeal during those days. In 2012 he became a successful producer with his Blockbuster hit movie named 100% Love. His second film in 2012 was Awara, which has broken all the records in the history of Bengali cinema. His next project was Boss with Subhasree Ganguly which in turn is a remake of Telugu superstar Mahesh Babu's blockbuster movie Businessman (film) and was released in 2013. The film is directed by Baba Yadav under the banner of Reliance Entertainmentand declared Super hit at box office along with highest opening collection in Tollywood film industry until the record was surpassed by Rangbaaz . Now he will pack with Abir chatterjee and Shardda das in Neeraj Pandey's The Royal Bengal Tiger.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Jeet married Mohana Ratlani, a school teacher from Lucknow on 24 January 2011.[4] He became the father of a baby girl on December 12, 2012. His baby's name is Navanya.

Filmography[edit]

Key
double-daggerUpcoming release
Films
YearMovieDirectorCo-starsProductionLanguageRemake
2014UntitledBaba YadavSubhasree GangulyReliance Entertainment, Grassroot EntertainmentBengaliThuppakki
2014BachchanRaja ChandaAindrita Ray, Payel SarkarGrassroot Entertainment, Reliance EntertainmentBengaliVishnuvardhana[5]
2014The Royal Bengal TigerRajesh GangulyPriyanka Sarkar, Abir Chatterjee, Shraddha DasFriday Filmworks, Viacom 18 Motion PicturesBengali
2013BossBaba YadavSubhasree GangulyReliance Entertainment, Grassroot EntertainmentBengaliBusinessman
2013DeewanaRabi KinagiSrabanti ChatterjeeReliance EntertainmentBengaliDeepavali
2012AwaraRabi KinagiSayantika BanerjeeShree Venkatesh FilmsBengaliKrishna
2012Hemlock SocietySrijit Mukherjispecial appearanceShree Venkatesh FilmsBengali
2012100% LoveRabi KinagiKoel MallickShree Venkatesh Films, Grassroot EntertainmentBengaliAadavari Matalaku Arthale Verule
2011Hello MemsahebShibo Prosad MukhopadhyayPriyanka TrivediEskay MoviesBengali
2011ShotruRaj ChakrabortyNusrat JahanEskay MoviesBengaliSingam
2011FighterRabi KinagiSrabantiEskay MoviesBengaliLakshyam
2010Dui PrithibiRaj ChakrabortyDev, Koel MallickShree Venkatesh FilmsBengaliGamyam
2010JoshRabi KinagiSrabantiShree Venkatesh FilmsBengaliBhadra
2010Natobor Not OutAmit Senguptaspecial appearanceAmit SenguptaBengali
2010WantedRabi KinagiSrabantiEskay MoviesBengaliAthadu
2009Neel Aakasher ChaadniSujit GuhaJishu Sengupta, Koel MallickPrince EntertainmentP4, Produce By Pijus SahaBengalistory written by Pijus Saha
2009Shaat Paake BaandhaSujit MondalKoel MallickSurinder Films, Shree Venkatesh FilmsBengaliPavitra Bandham
2009Haashi Khushi ClubSankho BanerjeeBarsha PriyadarshiniThe VoyageBengali
2008PartnerShankar RaySwastika MukherjeeNew Horizon FilmsBengali
2008Pyar Jab Kehu Se Hoi JalaOmar KhanDivya DesaiShree Venkatesh FilmsBhojpuri
2008JorSwapan SahaBarsha PriyadarshiniT. Sarkar ProductionsBengaliOkkadu
2007Krishnokaanter WillRaja SenSwastika Mukherjee, Monali ThakurNeelkanth Nirman Pvt. Ltd.Bengali
2007PitribhoomiPrabhat RoySwastika Mukherjee, Subhasree GangulyRose Valleys Motion PicturesBengali
2007Bidhatar LekhaRaja MukherjeeHrishitaa Bhatt, Priyanshu ChatterjeeJ. R. EntertainersBengali
2006GhaatokSwapan SahaKoel MallickSurinder FilmsBengaliBhai
2006KrantiRiingo BanerjeeSwastika MukherjeeEskay MoviesBengali
2006PriyotomaPrabhat RoySwastika MukherjeeNikita Art MoviesBengaliManmadhudu
2006Shaathi HaaraBiresh ChatterjeeSwastika MukherjeeLakshmi ChitramBengali
2006HeroSwapan SahaKoel MallickSurinder FilmsBengali
2005ShubhodrishtiPrabhat RoyKoel Mallick, Parambrata ChatterjeeShree Venkatesh Films, Rajshree PicturesBengali
2005JuddhoRabi KinagiMithun Chakraborty, Koel MallickShree Venkatesh FilmsBengali
2005MaanikPrabhat RoyKoel MallickPradip BharadwajBengali
2004ShoktiSaba Simba RaoRaima SenBijay FilmsBengali
2004BondhonRabi KinagiKoel MallickShree Venkatesh FilmsBengaliUnnai Thedi
2004MastanRabi KinagiSwastika MukherjeeSurinder Films, Shree Venkatesh FilmsBengaliJaanwar
2004PremiRabi KinagiJishu Sengupta, Chandana SharmaSurinder Films, Shree Venkatesh FilmsBengaliNee Sneham
2004AakroshPrashanta NandaRituparna SenguptaPrateek ProductionsBengali
2003Sonar SankhaliRabi KinagiSwastika MukherjeeTarini Cine ArtsOriya
2003ShongeeHaranath ChakrabortyPriyanka Trivedi, Silajit MajumderShree Venkatesh FilmsBengali
2003Aamar Maayer ShawpothDulal BhoumikReshmi GhoshAftab PicturesBengali
2003Naater GuruHaranath ChakrabortyKoel MallickShree Venkatesh FilmsBengali
2003ChampionRabi KinagiSrabantiShree Venkatesh FilmsBengaliJo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar
2002ShaathiHaranath ChakrabortyPriyanka TrivediShree Venkatesh FilmsBengaliThulladha Manamum Thullum

Salary[edit]

YearAmount (Per film)Popularity
2002-2004INR10-20 lakh (US$−32,000)Leading Actor
2005-2009INR30-50 lakh (US$−80,000)Super Star
2010-2012INR50-80 lakh (US$−130,000)Highest Paid Actor from 2010-2012
2013-2014INR85-95 lakh (US$−150,000)Mega Star/Legend of Action Hero

Most Favourable Pairs[edit]

Jeet and Koel Mullick

Jeet and Srabanti

Awards and Nominations[edit]

YearAwardFilmWon
1996Most Photogenic FaceYes
2002Most Promising StarShaathiYes
2002Kishor Kumar Award For Best ActorShaathiYes
2002Kalakar Award For Best ActorShaathiYes
2002BFJA Award For Best ActorShaathiYes
2002Uttam Kumar Award For Best ActorShaathiYes
2003Anandolok Award For Best ActorShaathiYes
2003Uttam Kumar Award For Best ActorNaater GuruYes
2003International Indo Bangla Kala Award For Best ActorAamar Maayer ShawpothYes
2004Icon Of The YearPremiNominated
2004Anandalok Award For Best Angry ImageAakroshNominated
2004Kalakar Award For Best ActorBondhonNominated
2005Anandalok Award For Best ActorMaanikYes
2007BFJA Youth Icon Award For Best ActorPriyotomaYes
2006Anandalok Most Glamorous Star Award For Best ActorHeroYes
2007ETV Award For Best ActorKrantiYes
2007Uttam Kumar Award For Best ActorPitribhoomiYes
2011Zee Bangla Gaurav Samman For Best Action HeroShotruYes
2012Star Jalsa Parivaar Award For Favourite AnchorKoti Takar BaajiYes
201313th Tele Cine Award For Best ActorDeewanaYes
201313th Tele Cine Award For Best Pair With SrabantiDeewanaYes
2014Kalakar Award For Best ActorBossNominated

References/Articles Including Jeet[edit]

1. http://www.anandabazar.com/archive/1131115/15ananda-plus1.html 2. http://www.bhalobasa.in/articles/131670/Jeet-Marriage 3. http://cinejalsha.com/full-biography-bengali-film-actor-jeet 4. http://www.in.com/jeet-actor/biography-135513.html 5. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3359107/ 6. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2008-04-05/news-interviews/27784542_1_bhojpuri-film-jeet-tollywood 7. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-09-16/news-interviews/30164846_1_jeet-nandita-roy-priyanka 8. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-08-26/news-interviews/29931054_1_jeet-ravi-kinagi-shooting 9. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2014-01-12/kolkata/46112690_1_jeet-upcoming-film-abir-chatterjee 10. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-06-01/news-interviews/31958463_1_jeet-surya-ravi-kinagi 11. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-11-24/tv/30441436_1_jeet-contestants-lucky-charms 12. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-11-18/news-interviews/44200743_1_debut-film-shoaib-jeet 13. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-05-18/news-interviews/29552530_1_turkey-jeet-denizli 14. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-10-09/regional/42832848_1_anjan-dutt-dutt-s-filmi-chakkar 15. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-07-22/news-interviews/32787984_1_mohna-ratlani-jeet-madnanis 16. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-09-28/news-interviews/42480620_1_film-industry-big-b-boss 17. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2008-11-30/kolkata/27928780_1_jeet-fashion-show-chief-guest 18. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-09-22/kolkata/42291626_1_jeet-fashion-show-city-mall 19. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-01-15/news-interviews/28365161_1_jeet-raj-chakrabarty-s-shatru-wedding-planners 20. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-12-30/tv/30572334_1_jeet-prize-money-star-jalsha 21. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-09-13/news-interviews/42040124_1_subhashree-sequel-boss

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