Parents Day has always been a special occasion for Dharma movies, because we have always believed in celebrating parents for being the biggest gift of our lives. The parent-child relationship is an extremely special bond.
From bringing you up to watching you stand on your feet, to be by your side when you cry, to give you strength while you need it the most, as a teacher, as a friend and as the strongest pillar of your lives, parents are always there by your side. The strength, support and balance that your parents provide shall remain unparalleled.
Isn’t it wonderful how parents balance between us? Nandini Raichand loved and pampered her sons, while Yashvarshan Raichand was strict and particular of rules and traditions, Rahul was a cool father and Anjali the strict mother to Krish in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. Similarly, Sid’s mom in Wake Up Sid always placed Sid before her needs, while his father took up the task of getting his son on track. In Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Anjali had no mother, but she had her mother’s letters, a loving father in Rahul and an extremely loving Dadi. In Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Bunny’s father never stopped him from anything, he found happiness in the fact that Bunny never compromised on his dreams!
Parents! They take care of you, they spoil you and pamper you and they even yell at you, guide you and support you to live a better life! Here’s raising a toast to all the parents in the world for being so wonderful!