Father's Day: From Kuch Kuch Hota Hai to Piku some iconic films for Father's Day you cannot miss to watch

Bollywood films since the black and white era had managed to capture the bond between fathers and the children. On this Father's Day, a few gems from the bollywood's treasury depicting the father-child bond are mentioned below.
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Father's Day honours the father-child bond, fathers who have a direct influence on their children are celebrated with much galore on the father's day eve. Every year on the third Sunday of June, which began as a celebration of feast of Saint Joseph in Europe, got transformed into father's day celebration across the globe and was formally accepted as a Father's day by all.

Father's day is not just celebrated in person, it is picked up as a show of love in various mediums like films, theatre drama, folklore and songs. All of these portray the relationship between a father and his beloved child. The film depict every day stories from human life. It could be a family drama or a abstract story, films have always had this father-child relationship either in its back drop or as fore front element around which the plot of the film revolves. The story line is often delicately woven around this relationship, its journey and finally the culmination of the story and its characters of who the bond finally becomes stronger for the good.

Bollywood films since the black and white era had managed to capture the bond between fathers and the children. On this Father's Day, a few gems from the bollywood's treasury depicting the father-child bond are mentioned below. These films have touched the hearts of the audiences like never before and we can surely say no one could hold back their tears as they could so vividly relate their very personal paternal bond.

Munnabhai MBBS: The 2003 film that was Rajkumar Hirani's directorial debut had real-life father-son playing reel-life father-son. Sunil Dutt and Sanjay Dutt played the most loving father son combination ever scene of the silver scene. Sanjay Dutt plays a kind hearted goon create a fake hospital in his father's name in order to show a pretense of him being a real doctor which was his father's ultimate wish.

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai: Karan Johar's directorial debut made every cry for Rahul, Anjali and Tina. When it came to Shah Rukh Khan playing the doting father, to his little Anjali, everyone made sure they accepted this beautiful pair as they most loved father daughter duo.

Wake Up Sid: A strict father to the most relatable son, played by Ranbir Kapoor in Wake Up Sid. Ranbir as a very lazy son, who is reticent and does not want to follow his fathers footsteps. His father played by the very talented Anupam Kher always advises his son to become more responsible in life. The film tracks Ranbir's journey as he cruises through the ups and downs of life.

Udaan: A very different and dark film from the others, Udaan showcases at the other side of the court, where the relationship between father and son is strained but still both of them try to keep it together some how. Udaan tells a story of a young boy, Rohan who lives with a alcoholic father, played by actor Ronit Roy who is also seen as an abusive father to Rohan.

Paa: Paa has Amitabh Bachchan essay a progeria-ridden kid to Abhishek Bachchan. A very deep and real essaying of human relations. Paa is very different in a sense of the story idea done in bollywood.

Piku: This Shoojit Sircar directorial film had Deepika as the female lead, and daughter to Amitabh Bachchan's character. The film sees Piku Banerjee (Deepika), her not so happy father who is always worrying about his health, named, Bhashkor (Amitabh) and the mighty talented actor Irrfan playing Rana Chaudhary.

Dangal: Real life story based on Mahavir Singh Phogat, the film showcases a father's love for his daughters. This father made his daughters do what nobody thought, made them wrestle. This story of a struggle and eventual victory will win your hearts.

Chachi 420: The 1997 film captured the beauty of a father's love for his daughter. Separated from his wife and  daughter, Kamal Haasan is seen taking up the role of a house maid to stay closer to his daughter he loves immensely.

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My most fav film PIKU.... love u papa.....

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