Indian Movies to Watch on Father’s Day

Indian Movies to Watch on Father’s Day

We present here a list of Indian movies that portray the relationship between a father and his children in the most beautiful way. All these movies are milestones in their own way and prove to us that we have been celebrating Father’s Day long before the concept was commercialized. So, grab on some popcorn, watch these movies with your dad and make the day truly special for him!

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

This Karan Johar flick was a father-daughter story that showed how much a daughter loves his father and goes to what extent for the sake of her father’s happiness. 

Daddy’s Girl by FNP Media

Daddy’s Girl beautifully displays the relationship between a father and a daughter. It shows how fathers are and will always be our strength.

Kabhi Khusi Kabhie Ghum

Kabhi Khusi Kabhie Ghum

This Bollywood blockbuster deals with the issue of class distinction and defines the role of men and women in marriage. It gives a message to society that life is all about loving your parents and family.

Gandhi, My father

Gandhi, My father

This movie explores the troubled relationship between Gandhi and his son Harilal. It is the kind of a story where a man lives under the enormous shadow of his father, striving to discover his identity and ultimately dies out of poverty. 

Udaan

Udaan

This movie narrates the tale of a teenage boy’s estranged relationship with his drunkard father, who beats him up out of frustration. He marries several times totally ignoring his kids and leaves them in the hostel to take care of themselves all alone. It gives a strong message of leaving those people who don’t understand love and embracing those who need our love.

Piku

Piku

This movie is all about loving your parents at an age when they become irritated and behave like a baby. The portrayal of the characters by all the actors made this movie a classic watch. 

Rishtey

Rishtey

Rishtey is the story of a street boxer played by Anil Kapoor, who kidnaps his own son because his wife’s father wanted to kill the baby. He raises his son alone and faces challenges thrown at him.

Akele Hum Akele Tum

Akele Hum Akele Tum

The movie narrates the story of a father played by Aamir Khan who looks after both his son and his failing career. He sells his best songs at a low price so he can fight the custody of his only son. However, in the end, he gets back with his wife and son and stays happily ever after.

Papa Kehte Hain

Papa Kehte Hain

Papa Kehte Hain is the story of a girl who runs away from her home to Seychelles in search of her dad. The story takes a different turn when she finds out that her father is staying there with another woman.

Have a lovely Father’s Day celebration with your dad with the magic of Indian Cinema. 

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