14 June 2018


Father’s day is approaching near and our favorite starts from Tv industry are wishing their Father in style.

Raashi Bawa as Sunita in Sony SAB’s Jijaji Chhat Per Hain-

“Well, my Dad means the world to me and I am going to try my best to make this Father’s day very special for him. I will probably take him for a nice brunch followed by a movie. I also plan to get him a cake with ‘World’s best father’ written on it. I want to definitely gift him something, but I am pretty confused if I should gift him a watch or sunglasses. One thing that I am surely going to give him will be a handmade card, as I know the card will mean the most to him. My Father is my pillar of strength and I think without him I would be a nobody, I am grateful to him for passing on his ethics and values to me.”

Vipul Roy as Aditya in Sony SAB’s Partners- Trouble ho gayi double-

“This Father’s day is going to be very special for me as my father will be coming down to celebrate this special day with me. I have organized a sports session with him as he loves sports and we will be playing badminton along with a swimming session thereafter. In the evening we will be going for a nice dinner and after that there is a special gift which I have got for him. My father has always been my hero, a true mentor who I always look upto. I have always shared my secrets with him, be it sharing the name of my first crush or sharing the incidents of my school fights, in each and every matter he supported me. Every moment spent with my dad is special for me.”

Priyamvada Kant as Sharda in Sony SAB’s Tenali Rama-

As I stay away from home, I won’t get time to spend with my dad, but I am planning to keep myself free and have a long video conference call with my family. I am thinking of sending him for a nice relaxing spa! Family holds a lot of importance in my life and we are a close knit family. I have always been a very obedient kid anything my dad tells me to do or not do I’ll happily follow. He has been a pillar of strength and extremely supportive of whatever I’ve wanted to do in life. My parents are super chill, they are on my Instagram as well so it helps us stay connected. I remember as a child I would always be stuck to my dad. My fondest memory is my dad teaching me History and Hindi. He used to love teaching me History and it became my favourite subject. All thanks to him I was a History and Hindi topper throughout school. Also, I speak such good Hindi just because of him. It was a rule in my house to speak to my mother in Bengali, dad in Hindi and English, so that I could perfectly speak all the three languages! My dad is a really fun person to be around, I think I get my sense of humour and comic timing from him.”


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