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Bollywood stars wish their ‘hero’ on Father’s Day


Mumbai:  Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, superstar Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and filmmaker Karan Johar, among others today took to Twitter to remember their first heroes on the occasion of Father’s Day.

Bachchan shared a picture of him, his father Harivansh Rai Bachchan, his son Abhishek and his grand daughter Aaradhya.

Salman tweeted a shirtless picture of him, his father Salim and brother Sohail.

“My dad strongest. Salim khan(dullu) urff prince Saleem the original bajrangi bhaijaan, happy father’s day daddy,” the star captioned the picture.

“The only reason fathers were made was to convince you that’s ‘Its okay’ even when it’s not…and to warm frozen hands,” wrote Shah Rukh alongside a collage of pictures of him, his father and his three kids– Aryan, Suhana, AbRam.

Karan, who lost his filmmaker father Yash Johar due to a chest infection in 2004, tweeted, “He does not express… allows his wife to take centre stage… makes you afraid at times… but his heart only beats for you…#HappyFathersDay”

Abhishek shared an old picture of him holding the hands of his father and grandfather.

“One of my most favourite photographs. My Dadaji, father and a smaller version of me. #3Generations,” he captioned the pic.

“Dabangg” star Sonakshi Sinha, who will be seen with her actor-politician father Shatrugan Sinha in the upcoming movie “Akira” shared a portrait of them.

“Happy fathers day to my first and forever hero @ShatruganSinha! Love you pops!” she captioned the photo.

Sidharth Malhotra said, “The man I never stop learning from,who I look up to always,thank you Dad for everything #FathersDay love you.”

Actress Sonam Kapoor tweeted an old picture of herself with actor father Anil Kapoor.

“Definitely going for the moustache… happy Father’s Day daddy,” she wrote.”

“Happy fathers’ day papa!! My original producer,” Parineeti Chopra tweeted.

“Papa I Love You Happy Father’s Day!” Bipasha Basu wrote.

Aditi Rao Hydari tweeted, “#HappyFathersDay baba… Wish the world up above had visiting hours…”

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