Happy Fathers Day: Read what Ssharad Malhotra, Eisha Singh, Shivin Narang have to say about their superheroes
Read what Shivin Narang, Sharad Malhotra, and others have to say about their superheroes in life, their father's on Fathers Day!
It's Father's Day today. A day where we celebrate the real hero in our life, as against the onscreen ones. While everyone has been trying their best to make this day special for their dad, Television actors too have their own way of expressing their respect for their fathers. We all know of the superheroes behind our heroes, from Nakuul Mehta, Surbhi Chandna, Arjun Bijlani, to Sharad Malhotra, Shivin Narang and more, at some point, all of them have shared what their fathers mean to them.
Nakuul has time and again reiterated the important position his father, Pratap Mehta has in his life, on the other hand, Surbhi Chandna cut a cake to celebrate the big day with her father. Without wasting time, let's read what our favourite celebs have to say about their superheroes.
Eisha Singh: When I was 5 years old and my dad used to come back from office, I used to quickly run and hide and wait for him to find me. I used to put out my hand and he used to come running and embrace me in his arms. I will never forget those moments. My father is my superhero and I feel Father’s Day is the perfect day to thank him for all his sacrifices and unconditional love. I know that his guiding hand will always be on my shoulder and no matter what, his confidence in me will help me face any situation bravely. Happy Father’s Day dad!
Ssharad Malhotra: My father's name is Sushil Malhotra. He is my hero. He taught me to be humble always and live life one day at a time. He always inspired me to be focused and never take anything for granted. He is in Kolkata so I will miss him.
Shivin Narang: My father's name is Girish Narang. My father always advised me that whatever you are doing in life don't be selfish ever and he told me that we should respect everyone. Always follow the path of honesty and should never do bad with others. These are basic things but are very important in one's life and if we follow them then we can go a long way. Father's day is very special so I will give a surprise to him as he is very fond of gadgets, speakers and things related to technology, I might gift him something related to that and I am sure he would like it.
Sehban Azim: A father always makes infinite sacrifices for his children and I have always aspired to be like my father someday. There are a lot of things that I do and follow in life which I have borrowed and grasped from my dad and there's a lot more that I intend to imbibe from him. Moreover, I am also essaying a father on-screen which already brings me closer to the feeling of being a father and I am thoroughly in love with my on-screen child Arzaan shaikh who plays "moksh". This also makes me miss my father more and more every day and not a single day goes by without him coming to my mind. He is my superhero and will always be. I don't have to literally call and wish him anymore to express my love and gratitude as he is always there watching over me and he knows how much he means to me. In happiness and in pain he's there to watch over me and smile with me.
Sahil Anand: My father's name is Ashok Anand and he has always been my friend, has always guided me. He was a little strict initially because he was very concerned about my studies but then I realized that whatever he did for me, he did for good and today whatever I am is because of him and his support, he is a very supportive father and I am really glad that he is my father and I really want that he becomes my father in every life. I will be celebrating father's day with him as he is coming to Mumbai and I will go out with him, take him around and we will have family time together.
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Here's wishing everyone a very Happy Father's Day!
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