5 father-daughter movies that will make you cry
Father-daughter relationships have always been the most beautiful thing in this world, and embracing this bond is equally important. So, reschedule your plans for the weekend girls, and watch these movies beautifully portraying father- daughter bond.
The comedy-drama film based on daughter fulfilling his father’s peculiar demands. The film was directed by Shoojit Sircar and written by Juhi Chaturvedi. The leading cast of the film includes Deepika Padukone (the daughter), Amitabh Bachchan (the father), and Irrfan Khan. It is a very sweet, simple yet an emotional movie. Don’t get fooled when I said it’s a comedy-drama. It has chunks of scenes that will make you tear up. So, I’ll advise you to get all the tissues beforehand. 2. Dangal
This incredible story is on the life of the man who dreamt of winning gold medal in wrestling for the country. He wants to have a son to fulfill his dreams but has four daughters instead with his wife. He is disappointed but soon maks up his mind to train his girls to become wrestling champions and bring home a gold medal for the country. He is especially sure his older daughter Geeta Phogat will do it. 3. Angrezi medium
Irrfan Khan and Radhika Madan’s Angrezi Medium focuses on a father who’s willing to go to any length to secure a seat for his daughter in a prestigious university in London. However, he faces a lot of hurdles along the way, which strain his relationship with his daughter. For those of you who would love to watch more Bollywood films on fathers and daughters like this. 4. Raazi
Raazi is such an ode to the father- daughter relationship. On the wish of her father, Hidayat Khan, the 20-year-old daughter agrees to dedicate her life to the nation and becomes an agent by marrying a Pakistani military officer. The cutting emotions in the song are beautifully highlighted and, needless to say, Alia looks beautiful as a Kashmiri Bride. Raazi is a period thriller film directed by Meghna Gulzar and produced by Vineet Jain, Karan Johar, Hiroo Yash Johar and Apoorva Mehta under the banner of Dharma Productions. The film is an adaptation of Harinder Sikka’s novel Calling Sehmat, about an Indian spy married to a Pakistani military officer during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. 5. Khamoshi- The musical
This movie marked Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s debut as a director. It is a very heart-wrenching movie. It beautifully portrays the relation of a mute father and his normal kid. The scene where Nana Patekar (the mute father) tries to revive his daughter- Annie (played by Manisha Koirala) from coma by delivering a mute speech will definitely let the rivers flow down your eyes.