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Siddharth Malhotra’s heartwarming Mumbai memories and relationship with his dad!

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Sidharth Malhotra shares his fond memories of moving to Mumbai and his relationship with his father!

Sidharth Malhotra got everyone’s attention with his big break, Student Of The Year, and has been cruising through the industry since. But Malhotra, like many other self-made stars, had to struggle through modeling and assistant director gigs before landing SOTY. His fans love him because he represents the quintessential actor. He made it to the city that never sleeps and worked tirelessly till he made it big! It’s every actor’s dream. Sidharth credits his family for shaping him into the man and star that he is today, and is very thankful for his father.

On father’s day, Sidharth Malhotra connected with the New York-based organisation, We The Planet, (A global movement for intergenerational impact to go far beyond ‘We the People’ uniting youth and elders in action to make the impossible possible and transform our world as ‘We The Planet’). We the Planet connects with self-made personalities from different fields to help society & humanity.

Sidharth and his dad:

Sidharth Malhotra thinks that fathers are more powerful than they think. He shares, “Whenever people talk about various issues within the country, starting with women’s safety or security, it is something that the society has to fix and that stems from fixing the boys first. Having to give all the men in the world especially in India a good example starting from their fathers, because coming from experience I think subconsciously I have picked up so much from my father, even though he was traveling since he was in the merchant navy. He worked really hard to bring us up and give us a good lifestyle. That’s when I realized that’s where the key is.”

Talking about fathers, Sidharth adds, “I think fathers are a little neglectful when it comes to showing emotions probably because of how they are. We tend to not hold back when we meet our mothers exchanging hugs and kisses. But fathers are more reserved and less communicative. I think father’s day is a good day to communicate to your father, tell them how much you appreciate them in your life. I am sure they just like our mothers, have made so many sacrifices to mold you into the personality that you are.’

Sidharth posts an adorable pic cherishing his father

Sidharth on the importance of Father’s Day:

Talking about his father and family, the actor further adds, “Whenever I think back of my family, I don’t know if they consciously made an effort or something that inherently happened, but there are so many qualities, aspects of family life or culture within me which stem from my father & my mother.”

Sidharth Malhotra thinks that fathers play a significant role in building the mind of their sons, talking about it he adds, “A father has the real power to shape the society of the future which will be safer, made of better thinkers & respectful towards women. I have seen how my father treats my mother & it reflects when I interact with women. I think there is so much for our fathers to teach our kids. Hoping this father’s day we inspire young fathers and current fathers to start thinking of how to mold their kids who are better examples.”

On how his parents shaped him:

Speaking about how important families are, the actor shared how his family supported him,’ My parents did not know that I wanted to grow up and become an actor. I never thought when I was a teenager that it was possible to become a Bollywood actor coming from Delhi with no connections to the films. They were not shaping me up to an actor but to become a good human being I would say. And I mean this with utmost humility and not saying that I am a perfect example, But just to say that there are some basic qualities, I think I have inherited from my family and that’s what I keep giving to people.’

The actor thinks that a lot of issues in our country happen because of the harsh upbringing or bad parental examples. However, if parents make a little effort to mold the mind of a child, especially boys it will change a lot of situations in the county.

Of families and dreams:

Talking about the support his family has been for his move to Mumbai to achieve his dreams, the actor shares:

“I remember when I came to Bombay I was 21 and staying here by myself, I really started appreciating my joint family that I grew up in, so many people around. I remember on the phone speaking to my parents, I would say why don’t we have the habit of ending the call with love you mom, love you, dad. We at our Punjabi household never had a culture like this because none of us ever ventured out and stayed away that far. And I remember one day sitting down with my dad, telling him that whenever we say goodbye you are supposed to say goodbye by saying you love me and dad being the dad he was like ya ya, of course, I love you.”

“He took a beat and it was funny, at the same time, you can imagine so many fathers, especially of a grown-up child, a 21-year-old staying in a different city and asking their father to please tell love me before ending a call because. I realized it when I came to Bombay to become an actor, it wasn’t easy and I felt the only thing you fall back on is what your parents have taught you starting from your dad and you want to feel that love again and that’s why I think father’s day is an important day and I wish all father’s felt loved on this special day by their kids.”

Malhotra’s career:

The star got into acting after an audition in New Delhi, at a time when he was doing fashion walks and photo shoots for pocket money. He joined an agency that set him up for an audition in Mumbai, and although the audition went well, the movie never took off. For the next 4 years, the actor struggled a lot to get a job until he stumbled upon assistant direction. He states “It was the best film school I could go to.”
Currently the actor has Sheershah and Thank God lined up as future projects.
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