Father’s Day 2022: From Gold to Bhikkhu, Reel Dads who have touched millions of hearts

Author: Yuvi June 18, 2022 Father's Day 2022: From Gold to Bhikkhu, Reel Dads who have touched millions of hearts

New Delhi: Father’s Day gives us the opportunity to show our admiration and love for fathers, rather than watching movies with Fame-Jam that has touched a million hearts. This year, Father’s Day will be celebrated on June 19th. So, this time look at KD, Hamid, Dangal, Angrezi Medium, Piku and celebrate a bond like everyone else.

Here are some Bollywood films on the eve of Father’s Day, which are a reminder of the lasting impact that father figure can have on our lives:

In this Yoodlee product, a 70-year-old man and an eight-year-old boy are bound by love, not blood. 2019 Tamil Comedy is set in a village in Virudhunagar, Tamil Nadu. The captivating visual treat explores human emotions in depth and shows us the beauty of mutual caring and caring relationships rather than being driven by selfishness. Madhumita won the Jury Award at the Singapore South Asian Film Festival and is available on Amazon Prime.

With the highest production quality and a well-knit storyline, Uttley’s’ Hamid ‘, the Urdu drama’ phone number. Adaptation of 786 ‘and set against the backdrop of Kashmir. The soldier longs to be with his eight-month-old daughter, and even though there is no definite reason to join, the two begin to bring healing and comfort to each other. ‘Hameed’ won the National Award for Best Picture in Urdu and is streaming on Netflix.

This story is about a father who goes to great lengths to make his daughters second to none. In this multi-award-winning, biopic, Aamir Khan plays the role of former wrestler Mahaveer Singh Bogat, who coached his daughters to win accolades he could not for India. Aamir Khan directs the film with remarkable attraction, with Sanya Malhotra as Geeta Pokhat Fatima Sana Sheikh and Babita Kumari. Directed by Nitesh Tiwari, the film is produced by Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao and is streaming on Netflix.


This 2020 sequel to the hit 2017 film ‘Hindi Medium’ is the final film of legendary actor Irrfan Khan and depicts the depth of the father-daughter relationship. While his ambitions did not grow beyond his small sweet shop in Udaipur, it does portray in a moving way how far a father can go in support of his daughter’s dream of studying abroad. Irrfan widower Sambak Kasitteram plays Bansal and Radhika Madan plays his daughter Tarika. Produced by Maddock Films and directed by Homi Adojania and currently streaming on Disney + Hotstar.

This 2015 Shujit Sarkar film depicts such a harmonious and lasting relationship between a father and daughter. The life story of 70-year-old Bashkor Banerjee (Amitabh Bachchan) and his beloved daughter Biku (Deepika Padukone) revolves around a rude and restrained patriot who loves him but finds it strange to deal with his strange traits. Includes regular discussions about his bowel movements. This heart-wrenching film was directed by N.P. Produced by Singh, Ronnie Lahiri and Sneha Rajani and can be seen on Sonili.

Happy Father’s Day everyone!

Author: Yuvi

My name is Yuvi, I work as Sub Editor at newscinema.in

18 June, 2022, 1:27 pm

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