Father’s Day is being celebrated in India on June 17, 2018. The day was designated to celebrate the warm relationship that child shares with their father. It is typically celebrated on the third Sunday of the month of June. While we know that mere a day is not enough to express love and gratitude towards your father and also, father figures, it never hurts anyone to tell them how much we love and appreciate them. You can opt for any way to make your dad feel special on this day. Take him out for a lunch or host an entire party in his honour. In case, you’re planning to have some more private time with your father, you both can just relax and enjoy a movie marathon at home. For this, we have ideated a list of some of the best Bollywood movies based on father-son or father-daughter relationship that can add charms to the Father’s Day vibes. Here we go...
Directed by Shoojit Sircar, Piku is one of the most beautiful depiction of father-daughter bond on celluloid. With Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan playing the roles of daughter and a father, the film takes you through the different crests and trough every father-offspring relationship goes through.
Munna Bhai MBBS
Trying to fulfil his father’s wish to see his son become a doctor, Munna Bhai (Sanjay Dutt) tries to make a cut in a premier medical institute. Though his methods to land up in a college were illicit, Munna teaches his colleagues a lesson for life.
Kapoor & Sons
There’s no better family movie in Bollywood than Kapoor & Sons. Not only a father-child relationship, the film forays into every form of human relationship we develop through the entire course of life. Rahul and Arjun who never saw their father with pride, learns to accept their flawed father only after his sudden demise.
Based against the backdrop of an Indian state where girls never cross the boundaries of their four walls, a man named Mahavir Phogat dared to make his daughters the several accolades-winning wrestlers of India. The former wrestler breaks the glass ceiling of women only opting to be housewives in a setting where girls were not even allowed to enter the wrestling ring.
Ferrari Ki Sawaari
A father would do anything to fulfil his child’s dream. Similarly, a middle-class father allows his child to dream and one day, his crazy fascination with Ferrari takes him to Lord’s International Cricket Ground. The heart-warming film will make you laugh, cry and feel choked at the same time.