Happy Father's Day: When Doting Daddies Of B-Town Expressed Concern For Their Little Ones

| June 17 , 2018 , 13:10 IST

Fathers are ordinary men turned into heroes. It's not like any one day is enough to celebrate a special bond between parents and children, especially when it comes to honoring a person like a father as it's obviously impossible to repay what parents do in order to bring their child as a compassionate human being. But if given a chance of celebrating the love for the first and unsung hero in our lives, one should never miss it.

We can surely make a day just about them and let them know how important and special they are to us. Different countries around the world celebrate Father's day on different days. This year, it falls on Sunday, June 17.

Bollywood is not only well-stocked with great actors but also amazing fathers. From Shah Rukh Khan to the new father in B-town Shahid Kapoor. The dotting fathers surely have given us some major parenting goals. Despite their busy schedules, these actors manage to not miss any chance to spend quality time with their children. So, on the occasion of Father's Day, here's a big shout out to the Bollywood Dads.

Shah Rukh Khan- The superstar has always been vocal about his love for his children. He has always shared his pictures with his kids on his social media accounts without missing a chance to shower love on his Kids - Suhana Khan, Aryan Khan and his little munchkin  AbRam Khan.

Ín an interview Shah Rukh, said, "I have everything I could have aspired for at your age, I have success, I have fame, I have wealth and I have three play stations, one for the house, one for shootings and one just because I can have it. But none of these have any consequence to my happiness, the only thing that does is the love of my children''.

His equation with his kids has become visibly friendly and has always managed to make his fans aww with his pictures with his kids.

In an interview with DNA, he said, "While Aryan has now grown up and is more macho, he’s building his body and all, Suhana is more loving. I think she’s the softest person in the house. And AbRam is my little monster.

Saif Ali Khan- Saif, the father of Sara Ali Khan, Ibrahim Ali Khan and everyone's favorite Taimur Ali Khan, has earned herculean respect from his fans for the way he treats his kids.

About Taimur, Saif had told Hindustan Times "There is so much pressure on kids these days to be good-looking. I just hope he is a good guy. He is not the only star kid in town, there are so many. But sometimes people make it difficult, and some sections of the press pay too much attention. So, it’s hard to be normal, but I guess that goes with the territory. I think I was quite normal, or probably not".

He is just like any other father who wishes the best for his kid and that includes being worried about his daughter's choice of profession. 

''Sara is a sweet and a bright kid. I don’t know what I should be saying because it seems weird to praise my own daughter. But she’s hardworking, I have noticed that about her,” Saif said, adding, “There’s been a lot of here and there with Sara’s debut but she has worked it through. Now, Karan Johar is taking care of her and she is in the Dharma camp, so she’ll be fine. I would have always liked that because then, it’s a lot more secure and people like Karan know how to take care of you. It’s more than just making a film. She’s following her heart.”

Shahid Kapoor- The newbie father in Bollywood adores and loves his daughter Misha and it is visible on his social media accounts with the way he handles her.

About being a father to Misha, IANS quoted Shahid saying, "I don’t want to leave. I guess a man who is a father will understand. It can’t be defined. It gives you a lot of strength. I feel strong because I want to fight for Misha and be my best for her. I want to be better every day because I want her to be proud of me."

Karan Johar- Karan Johar announced that he has become a father via surrogacy to two adorable twins - Roohi and Yash in 2017. He expressed his feelings about being a doting father and a fussy mother on many platforms and how he loves and enjoys spending time with his kids.

He had described the day when the babies were brought home with a bit of humor, "It was like the premiere of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai in 1998. That was my first film and I still remember every moment. The day I carried Roohi and Yash home was like that. It will stay etched in my memory. It was a K3G moment! With my Mom proudly standing at the door like Jaya Aunty holding a puja thali with burning diyas to welcome not her bahu but her grandkids, all my aunts crowded behind her." He took them into the room where his father Yash Johar's picture is put up. "When I saw their reflection in the glass, merging with his image, I knew they had his blessings. For me, that was a moment of faith,Karan said in an interview.

"It's surreal to think of Roohi and Yash as my daughter and son. It's daunting in a gorgeous way to wake up suddenly at night and remember that I have life breathing in the next room that I'm totally accountable for." When they were born, he knew it would be this way. That his work, travel and social commitments would go for a toss because he'd want to give them unconditional love, care, and attention. "Now they are home, I cannot stay away from them for long."