It is often said that daughter’s are closer to their mothers than their fathers. On the occasion of Father’s Day we spoke to television’s most successful females who proved this statement to be true. As role models, their fathers have been the center of their lives for years.
Niti Taylor: I’m my dad’s princess! When I was small, they say mummy dresses you up, and makes your hair. My case was different, dad use to dress me up, cmb my hair, make different hairstyles for me, drop me to school, make food. My childhood and memories now, are the most cutest with him. He’s my number 1 fan, doesn’t miss even one episode of anything I do. Even if he’s busy he will record it. When I go to Delhi, it’s like he will tell everyone my daughter is coming, so then so many people come to meet me. My dads the best. And I miss him a lot. Thank you dad for being you and loving me immensely.
Roshni Sahota: I am my dad’s girl. He is my one of the biggest strength. He believes in me and my dreams and let me allow to fulfill it. He teached me to have patience in extreme and to believe in yourself no matter how hard the situation is!
Tanya Sharma: I’m my Dad’s girl. He is my biggest support! I wish if I could get that kind of patience in my life what he has. He has always been a friend to me and I can totally talk anything with him.
Lopamudra Raut: I am my dad’s princess. He has given me anything to everything I have asked for. He has been the most interesting, brave and knowledgeable person I have ever known. He had made me strong women I’m today!
Sayantani Ghosh: I’m my daddy’s doll. I look up to him and get so much influenced by him. He is the backbone to our family. His patience and perseverance are the two qualities that really inspires me and he always tells me that hardwork is the only key to success.
Shubhangi Atre: I’m my dad’s princess. He is the one who trusted me and allowed me to live independently. He made me ambitious to achieve a successful life. He always encouraged me to be a learner and keep exploring new things in my life.
Sara Khan: I am my fathers’ girl, no matter what he never gave up on anything. He is the real hero for me for always working hard n making us proud.
Yuvika Chaudhary: I am my Daddy’s girl. I have always learn to be posetive from him. He has asked me to keep smiling and never give up! I have always got strong values from him. He is honest and humble.
Roop Durgapal: I’m my daddy’s girl. He is my backbone even though we live in different cities. I know he is the one whom I can fall back on whenever I’m unwell.
Amrapali Gupta: I am my dad’s super star! He was only the one who trusted me and help me to step into acting and also accepted my choice Yash! He was the one to look after my upbringing and have taught me to never give up!
Mahika Sharma: I’m my dad’s girl! He taught me to be self lover, down to earth, care and value others. Fight for the right and be social. He is nomore with my physically but he is alive with his principles inside me.
Parineeta Borthakur: I’m my dad’s girl! Whenever I close my eyes and think whom I love the most, I remember my dad. They say when I was born he ran away to get honey for me as someone told him that if he gives me honey I’ll have sweet voice and will be good singer. He help me to pursue self-styled life by me. He trust me a lot!
Shalini Kapoor: I’m my dad’s girl! My father has been my silent supporter all throughout and comes in forefront if I have reallly goofed up anytime. He has let me do the captaincy of my life without being too intruding. I thank him for this trait because of which i am so strong.
Sonalika Pradhan: I’m my dads girl. Yet people in my hometown calls me ‘Singh Sahab Ki beti’ and it makes me so happy I can’t explain. My dad is inspiration to many. His helping, being social and selfless nature has always made him loved by all. He has taught me to never giveup!