Accept or deny it, we all grew up watching Bollywood movies. From Dilwale Dulhani Le Jayenge to Dangal, fathers have played the main role in all movies. While we may compare our Dads to all these characters, in our hearts, we know he is not at all like them. Can’t relate to what we said? Are you eager to know why your Dad is not the Regular Babu Ji? Scroll down to find out!
Chaudhary Baldev Singh- Dilwale Dulhaniya Lejayenge
Maybe, some of you may relate your father to Amrish Puri’s character, but we all know our fathers won’t stop us from marrying the love of our lives. Our father won’t agree only when our partners fight at a railway station or are super helpful in planning our marriages. Won’t you agree?
Gurtej Singh Kahlon- Patiala House
Bauji in Patiala House won’t let you follow your passion. Our Dear dads are not like that. They need a bit of persuasion but today, all fathers are up for supporting their children’s career choice.
Mahavir Singh Phogat- Dangal
The Hanikark Bappu from Dangal is clearly what we can’t relate to. Yes, our fathers taught us discipline, but he also let us be the way we are. No doubt Mahavir Singh Phogat cared for his daughter’s success but in the end, it was his dream. Our Dads don’t burden us with their dreams and they just let us be and do what we like.
Nandkishore Awasthi- Taare Zameen Par
Our fathers can’t see a tear in our eyes and will turn the whole world for our happiness. Nandkishore Awasthi neglects his child’s health issue and just keeps on scolding him. Our dads are not the regular Babu Ji displayed in the movies as they will make sure to find a solution to our problem and will always support us through thick and thin.