Happy Father’s Day: Rubina Dilaik, Sara Khan, Harshad Chopda, Arshi Khan, Kushal Punjabi Talk About Their Dads

While one day is not enough to tell fathers how much they mean to us, here are Rubina Dilaik, Sara Khan, Harshad Chopda, Arshi Khan and Kushal Punjabi telling you about the bond they share with their dads

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Happy Father’s Day: Rubina Dilaik, Sara Khan, Harshad Chopda, Arshi Khan, Kushal Punjabi Talk About Their Dads
The role of a father in an individual’s life cannot be fathomed. They are as important to children as mothers are. SpotboyE.com gets you TV celebs talking about why their dads are their source of strength.

Kunal Jaisingh
kunal

As they say, one father is more than a hundred schoolmasters. A father is a friend, teacher and someone who loves me more than anything, but he wouldn’t say it.

Shubhangi Atre
shubhangi

My father used to say me that it’s never too late to do anything. He always motivated and encouraged me to keep working hard till I achieve my dream. He said once, ‘You never know what you can accomplish until you try.' And today I'm living a life I wished for.

Arshi Khan
a

My dad taught me to be strong, loving, kind and generous. I love him, I love that God blessed me to be his child, and I love that he is my best friend.

Ritvik Arora
s

I'm so lucky to have such an amazing man as my dad. Thanks for teaching me to work hard and laugh harder. I'm thankful to him for always standing by me and proud of his upbringing.

Sara Khan
sara

He is the best man I ever knew. The best friend I ever have.

Kushal Punjabi
k

Father’s Day is coincidentally on my dad’s birthday this year around. So, it’s a double celebration. I’m planning to give him something timeless, a nice wrist watch. My dad was a merchant navy officer, and in those times phones weren’t so handy. So I used to write long letters to him and then wait for days at a stretch to hear back from him. This is something special we share. My father has taught me how to stay humble, grounded and be respectful to people irrespective of their background. I want to inculcate these values in my son as well. My father is also the factor that binds our entire family together. He’s liberal and progressive in his thoughts, sometimes more than the young people around. I think he’s a true rockstar. 

Harshad Chopda
h

Every year on father’s day, my sister and I let dad plan the day and we generally go with whatever he has in mind. For us as a family it’s always about sharing the little moments and making the most out of them. One of my favourite memories of my father when I was a child is, watching him cut fruits at home. To this day, our family enjoys reaping the 'fruits' of his labour. I learnt driving from my father, the mantra he taught me years back still rings in my mind that when you drive, just imagine everyone else is blind. I’d really envy how my father is amazing with numbers. I wish I excelled at accounts just like him.

Rubina Dilaik
r

This year, I haven't made any plans in particular for father’s day since my daddy is really busy with my wedding preparations. I remember when my sister and I were kids,  he used to give us a nice ‘head chumpi’ on the weekends post which we would sit in the sun and then take a bath. He’s taken really good care of us for which we won’t be able to thank him enough. My father is also the one who taught us the importance of respect, he always said that you give respect to everyone irrespective of their social status, religion etc. and at the same time ensure you have it for yourself. This is something I try living by everyday.

Vaishnavi Dhanraj
v

My father is my hero. We don’t live in the same city so I won’t be able to celebrate the day with him. But I’m planning to gift him a nice tie. He has bought me many gifts as a kid, and now I think it’s my turn. During my childhood, I would often pretend that I’m asleep just so my dad carries me to the bed. It’s the sweetest and the fondest memory that I will always have. I am where I am because of my dad because he instilled the importance of staying strong in every situation. He finishes the smallest of work as soon as he can and never procrastinates, this quality I feel I have, too.

Yash Tonk
a

My dad has always taught to me take criticism positively. He has been my biggest critic and watched all my shows. Fatherhood has changed my life beautifully. It’s one of the best feelings a man could ever experience. Both my daughters are fairly young and it fills me with joy to witness them growing up. I want both my daughters to grow up to be strong women. They should be able to face any situation head on. Being strong is really important in these times especially for women.







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