Father's Day 2021: Kareena Kapoor Khan, Bobby Deol, Ayushmann Khurrana and others wish their 'superheroes'; Twinkle Khanna shares picture of Akshay Kumar with daughter Nitara


The entire world is celebrating Father's Day today. The day was made popular in the US and holds importance for reflecting the influence of fathers or father figures on our lives. While the pandemic has forced people to have a low-key celebration, celebrities are making the most of social media to shower love on their fathers. 

Madhuri Dixit shared a family picture and wrote, "Happy Father’s Day to all dads & the three special ones in my life. Today is one of those days when I miss you dad & I feel blessed to have the most loving father-in-law. Seeing the bond that Ram shares with the boys fills my heart. Here's to celebrating fatherhood today & every day."

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Twinkle Khanna shared a picture of Akshay Kumar with Nitara Bhatia and wrote, "He is her wall. She learns to stand holding onto him. Is shielded as she removes bricks at eye-level and peeks at the world. He waits for the day when she will clamber over the top and becomes a wall for her own."

Kareena Kapoor Khan shared a picture with her father Randhir Kapoor and her husband Saif Ali Khan. She called them, "Superheroes "

Bobby Deol shared a throwback picture with his father Dharmendra and wrote, "I will always be your little boy! Love you papa  Happy Father’s Day!!"


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Ayushmann Khurrana revealed that his father, P Khurrana, is the reason behind double 'Ns' and 'Rs' in his name. "“Bachpan mein papa ki lagayi paabandiyon ko todne mein bahut mazaa aata tha. Aur ab bade ho kar khud pe lagayi paabandiyaan todi nahi jaati.” We got it from him. The discipline. The love for music, poetry, films and art. He studied law but was always intrigued by astrology. He’s the reason behind the double Ns and double Rs in my name. At the same time he also taught us that we have the ability to carve out our own destiny and our good karma can supersede any soothsayer. My friend, philosopher and guide. My father," he wrote.

Karan Johar shared a picture with his protege Alia Bhatt.

Shruti Haasan wrote, "You are blessed if the person who you learn from the most and the person who makes you laugh the most also happens to be your parent :) happy Father’s Day @ikamalhaasan Thankyou for being My daddy dearest "

Kajol wrote, "They share love, support and respect...They are the ones who complete the missing pieces of my puzzle. Happy #FathersDay to the dads of my life! "


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Ayesha Shroff shared a picture of Jackie Shroff with their children Tiger Shroff and Krishna Shroff. "Happy Father’s Day to the besssssst dad in the World!!!," she wrote.

Soha Ali Khan shared a picture with her father, late Tiger Pataudi, and wrote, "You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure  #happyfathersday Abba"


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Aparshakti Khurana shared a throwback picture with his father and wrote, "Well!! Pura Chandigarh jaanta hai MERA BAAP KAUN HAIand he has worked hard for it. Thank you papa for blessing me with your energy and laughter and so much more  #HappyFathersPapa @astrologer.pkhurrana P.S - the dialogue doesn’t sound arrogant today"

Sanjay Dutt shared pictures with his children and late father Sunil Dutt on Instagram and wrote, "Dad you've always taught me to treat everyone equally, to give them love and respect and to be a kind person. I try to share the same values with my children as you've always been my ideal."


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