Father’s Day 2024: 5 Bollywood Movies That Redefine the Father-Child Bond! – News18

Check out the list of films that redefine the bond between father and child with relatable stories of love, support and growth.  (File photos)

Check out the list of films that redefine the bond between father and child with relatable stories of love, support and growth. (File photos)

Celebrate Father’s Day with these heart-warming Hindi films. From Dangal, Piku, Angrezi Medium to Chhichhore and Kapoor And Sons, here’s a look at films that are redefining the father-child bond in a modern way.

Often portrayed as a mirror of society, Bollywood has shown significant evolution in its portrayal of family relationships, especially in its portrayal of fathers. There has been a noticeable shift from early representations to more nuanced and modern stories that explore the dynamics between fathers and their children. This evolution has resonated deeply with the public and reflects changing social norms and values.

As we celebrate the superheroes of our lives on June 16, let’s take a look at five Hindi films that redefined the pure bond between a father and his children with a modern approach:

Angrezi Medium (2020)

This extraordinary story of love, dreams and laughter explores a progressive father’s struggle to fulfill his daughter’s dreams as his daughter Tarika (Radhika Madhan) embarks on a journey to fulfill her ambition despite financial challenges. The heartfelt storyline marked the late Irrfan Khan’s last film. Besides the duo, Kareena Kapoor Khan also played a pivotal role in the film.

Chhichhore (2019)

The film portrays late actor Sushant Singh Rajput as a carefree student who undergoes a profound transformation into a responsible father figure. This change takes place when his son Raghav (played by Mohamad Samad) tries to commit suicide for fear of being seen as a failure. It is at this critical juncture that Sushant’s character becomes Raghav’s guiding light.

Kapoor and Sons (2016)

The chaotic family drama delves into the challenges Amarjeet (Rajat Kapoor) faces as he tries to care for an ailing father (Rishi Kapoor) and forge a turbulent bond with his wife and sons Rahul (Fawad Khan) and Arjun (Sidharth Malhotra). to build. In the search for a unified portrait that includes all family members, they learn to embrace each other’s imperfections, culminating in a portrait of acceptance.

Dangal (2016)

The biopic-drama featured Aamir Khan playing the role of Mahavir Phogat, who defied societal norms by training his daughters Geeta (played by Fatima Sana Shaikh) and Babita (played by Sanya Malhotra) in the demanding sport of wrestling. Despite the world’s skepticism about their abilities, Mahavir spared no effort to provide them with top-notch training, eventually helping them win gold at the Olympics.

Piku (2015)

During a road trip with a taxi company owner, Rana (Irrfan Khan), Bhaskor (Amitabh Bachchan) and his daughter Piku (Deepika Padukone) share a series of heartwarming moments that portray a role reversal. This honest portrayal of aging parents and their adult children beautifully captures relationships in modern times.