Father figured

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | UMA RAMASUBRAMANIAN
Published Jun 16, 2019, 2:24 am IST
Updated Jun 16, 2019, 2:24 am IST
From their relationships with their fathers to looking at them for advice, Bollywood frontrunners open up about Father’s Day.
Salman Khan with his father Salim Khan and brother Arbaaz Khan
 Salman Khan with his father Salim Khan and brother Arbaaz Khan

Salman Khan: My father is my biggest critic, and I look forward to his reaction with each film. It really means a lot to me, because he is very honest. He never gives any compliment directly, you get to know from other people sometimes because he doesn’t compliment easily. As far as my films are concerned, the plot of every script that I do is taken to my dad. He is my teacher in the film industry and I got scripting sense from him.

Disha Patani: I have always been a daddy’s girl. He is and always will be my superhero. I feel his punctuality and hard work have always been my biggest inspiration and I’ve made sure to imbibe these qualities and values too.

 

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My father is a very selfless man and his philosophy in life has been ‘Do good to others’. He’s always energetic and funny. He makes sure our days are full of life.

Tiger Shroff: We are like friends and buddies. We share a great relationship, and I really look up to him. I know the sacrifices he made for us as a father. He keeps asking who are your girlfriends and all that, but he is very cool that way.

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When he was my age, he had so many girlfriends. He was so good looking. He is always there to give me sound advice.

Ananya Pandey: My father is very cool. He has always been the first person to laugh at himself, so that’s something  I have learnt from him that laugh at yourself and take  everything positively.

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Everyone has seen his comic timing on screen and if I could achieve even a little bit of that I would feel really good.

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