Saturday, 20 June 2015

Some Great Dads In Hindi Movies

Great dads love their child and want the very best for their child. 
Hugs are free, comforting and a Jaadu ki Jhappi (magical hug) can instantly have an emotional connect and make both the giver and receiver happy! 

There are many Great Dads in real life and reel life.
Here are some cool dads from Hindi cinema who deserve a hug as they:

Are Loving & Doting
In the movie- Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, a single sneeze enacted by the smart daughter is enough to get her father rushing to the summer-camp! Earlier her dad even helps his daughter on stage by speaking on the topic-'Mother' in a competition.
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Kuch Kuch Hota Hai - Source

Go Far To Be With/Connect With Their Child
In the movie- Chachi 420, the father dons the garb of an elderly governess just so as to be with his daughter at the latter's maternal grandfather's place!

Prove to be honest role-models
In the movie- Shakti, the father upholds his duty and refuses to negotiate his son's release from kidnappers. His son hates him, but later, his grandson understands and derives inspiration.

Are Pillars Of Support
In the movie- Ferrari Ki Sawaari, the little hero's dad goes to great lengths to fulfill his son's dream- to play at Lord's.
In the movie- Kya Kehna, the unwed pregnant girl's father supports her decision to carry the child.

Can Do Anything For Child's Interests                                                                          
In the movie- Akele Hum Akele Tum, the child's father even does what he is averse to i.e. sells his compositions to copy-cat musicians to earn money.

Know The Best & Plan For The Future
In the movie- Mughal-E-Azam, the hero’s father, The Emperor of Hindustan, plans not only for the hero's future but also plans for our country's future. He does not let his son marry the court-dancer the latter loves.

Set Matters Right
In the movie- 2 States, the hero and heroine get to marry as the hero's father helps to patch up.

Motivate & Grant Freedom 
In the movie- Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, the hero's father is very open and is willing to let his ambitious son's travel-spirits soar freely. 

Have Courage to Own Up  
In the movie- Paa, the politician father of a child suffering from Progeria, raised by a single-gynaecologist mom, agrees that he happens to be the child's father. He publicly addresses and owns up that the child is a result of not using 'protection'. 
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Paa - Source
Teach Life Lessons
In the movie- Andhaa Kanoon, when his daughter starts crying, the Dad advises her-
"Rote rote hasna seekho, hanstey hanstey rona;
Jitni chaabi bhari Ram ne, utna  chaley khilona".

English Transalation: 
Learn to laugh while crying, and learn to cry while laughing;
The toy will run for as much time as Ram has wound its key.

Fathers are special for all the above reasons and more!
A hug is a great gift we can give our father this Father's Day.

Note-  If your favorite Bollywood screen-dad is missing in this post, you may find him in my other post-
Here are some more - Great Dads In Bollywood Movies.


What makes a dad great?  Why do fathers deserve a hug? Do share in the comments below.

Mothers play an important role as the heart of the home, but this in no way lessens the equally important role fathers’ play, as head of the home, they nurture, train, and love their children.
-Ezra Taft Benson


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20 comments:

  1. An awesome compilation of great Bollywood dads! A hug is indeed a best gift for father, but it shouldn't be reserved only for father's day. Dad deserves it everyday.

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  2. I tagged you for the 3 day Quote challenge. I hope you don’t mind.
    https://drkiranacharya.wordpress.com/2015/06/20/day-three-quote-challenge/

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  3. Love all the Dad mentioned whether AB in Andha Kanoon-love the song, SRK in KKHH or Kamal Sir in Chachi 420. Also love Amitabh in the recent Piku, Anupam Kher in DDLJ and Daddy, DHKMN, Jackie Shroff in Kaash

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  4. A fultu Anita ishtyle firmly post. Thoroughly enjoyed. What a lovely way to start Fathers Day! Kudos Dear. :)

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  5. Waw... Very nice one. Enjoyed reading it. Amazing post.

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  6. Love the list.. i have one more - Queen's dad in the movie 'Queen'. I loved that he just let his daughter be.

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  7. A very cute post perfect for the day. Enjoyed reading, Anita. I also like the dad (Anil Kapoor's role) in Dil Dhadakne Do ...I appreciate his realization and change later on.

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  8. Nice compilation. I liked the easy-going dads in 'Do duni chaar' played by Rishi Kapoor and 'Mere Dad Ki Maruti' played by Ram Kapoor too. :)

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  9. Lovely post. My most favorite Bollywood Dad is Shah Rukh Khan of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai :)

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  10. Great Anita ji. Wonderful post written by you. The example given by you of movie 'Kuchh Kuchh Hota Hai' is very nice. Do you know I have seen this movie so many times.

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  11. Such a lovely post Anita! You always come up with something creative and unique! :)

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  12. Wonderful compilation again Anita!
    It was a pleasure reading this.

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  13. Great Posting Anita.. So well narrated!

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  14. Great compilation! We celebrate father's day everyday. :)

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  15. What a great idea for a post. I love movies and books that have a strong father character.

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  16. Love ur filmy anndaz :)
    Great post Anita


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  17. Nice one soul-sis, I think, Shrarukh's dad in DDLJ and Naseerudin Shah in Masoom and Anupam Kher in Daddy too :)

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  18. Super... Nice compilation :)

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  19. A nice one again from you Anita :) I loved the Sharman Joshi in' Ferrari ki sawari 'and the 'Kya Kehna ' dad a bit more :) :)

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