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Saif Ali Khan to Abhishek Bachchan about their bond with their kids

Now that Father’s Day has here, it is time to recognize Bollywood’s beautiful fathers. Although it is easy to forget, the brilliant and attractive guys we see on film are much more than just actors.

One of the most essential jobs they play in their personal lives is that of father. Therefore, now is the ideal opportunity to consider what B’Town fathers have said about their children.

Saif Ali Khan on Sara and Ibrahim

Saif Ali Khan has no social media accounts. However, he has frequently discussed all four of his children in numerous interviews: Sara Ali Khan, Ibrahim, Taimur, and Jeh.

When questioned about Ibrahim’s plans for Bollywood, Saif revealed in an interview with Zoom that he is full of “nervous prayer” for him. He also described how Ibrahim tells him he resembles a “young Saif.” He is currently aiding Karan Johar on Rocky Aur Rani Aur Prem Kahani, for those unaware.

Similarly, in a previous interview with Anupama Chopra, Saif discussed the critical and commercial failure of Sara’s film Love Aaj Kal 2.

Although he is always there for her, Sara must tackle these circumstances on her own. He stated that he texted her to inquire about her health, but added that he knew she was a challenging child.

Hrithik Roshan on Hridhaan and Hrehaan

Hrithik and his ex-wife Sussanne Khan have two boys named Hridhaan and Hrehaan. Hrithik is frequently photographed with his boys in the city due to their tight relationship.

In an interview with ETimes, Hrithik stated that his sons grade all of his films, with Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, released in 2011, receiving the highest rating of 11 out of 10.

“When we saw ZNMD, I observed that they truly identified with the picture. It was quite surprising because it is not a film for children, but I believe that what rings true for an adult also rings true for a teenager or child,” the actor explained.

Shah Rukh Khan on Aryan, Suhana & Abram

Shah Rukh Khan has repeatedly disregarded parenting classes. In a previous interview, the Badshaah of Bollywood discussed his relationship with his three children, Aryan, Suhana, and Abram, stating, “I love my children not because they are my offspring, but because I’ve developed a friendship with them. As kids grow older, I am realizing that they are my closest pals. I believe my mental age to be between 12 and 14, therefore it’s great to have two pals for life.”

Aamir relating to Ira, Junaid, and Azad

Aamir has two children with his first wife, Reena Dutta: Junaid and Ira, and one with his second wife, Kiran Rao: Azad. Aamir mentioned in a 2017 Filmfare interview that he spent a great deal of time with his first-born son Junaid while he was an infant.

He stated, “In 1993, when Junaid was born, I only shot for 36 days. I spent 328 days with him.” Aamir further revealed that he enjoys playing tennis and having dinner with his youngest son Azad whenever he is in Mumbai.

Aamir is very close to his daughter Ira, and the actor frequently appears on her Instagram page. Ira has been a champion for mental health, and in 2020 she disclosed that she was depressed.

In an interview with News18, Aamir revealed that his daughter has experienced a number of obstacles in her life, and that he is pleased that she is overcoming them with courage.

Akshay Kumar on Aarav and Nitara

A cursory examination of Akshay Kumar’s Instagram page reveals that he is pretty close to his children Aarav and Nitara. Although the actor rarely posts content beyond what is required by his business, he does share cute images of himself with Nitara.

In an interview with Hindustan Times last year, Akshay described how it affects him as a parent to see his children harmed by the paparazzi and trolling culture.

Akshay revealed that Aarav does not want to go out with them after training because he worries being mocked on Instagram for looking fatigued and sweaty.

He stated that his six-year-old daughter Nitara dislikes attending family dinners because she dislikes the paparazzi flashes. He stated, “Star children are already under enough pressure; the world does not need to add to it by bullying innocent children.”

Shahid Kapoor on Misha and Zain

Shahid Kapoor on Zain & Misha
Shahid Kapoor on Zain & Misha

Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput are the proud parents of two exceptional children, Misha and Zain. In an interview with Hindustan Times, Shahid revealed that he is protective of his children and does not like posting too many images of them online.

Shahid was asked in a recent interview with Siddharth Kannan how fatherhood had altered him. He said, “I am sure, kaafi kuch. Usko words mein daalna bada mushkil hain.

Now that I am a parent, I feel the shift. Yeah, it makes you a man. It helps you become less self-absorbed, which I believe all artists are, which is wonderful.

Because the moment you become less self-absorbed, you really become more receptive to new experiences, which is fantastic. I would say there have been tremendous changes, a whole new life, and a whole new viewpoint.”

Ajay Devgn on Nysa & Yug

Ajay Devgn’s name also appears on this list of celebrity fathers while discussing celebrity fathers. The actor has two children named Nysa and Yug. Ajay recently revealed to Hindustan Times that he has frequent conversations with his children. He stated that he wants them to be as grounded as Kajol and himself.

“Kajol and I explain to them what is right and bad, allowing them to absorb the information. Obviously, they make mistakes and occasionally ignore orders. When this occurs, there are more dialogues. Despite our star status, Kajol and I are both grounded as humans. “We want our children to be grounded as well,” stated the actor.

Abhishek Bachchan on Aaradhya

Abhishek Bachchan is also a devoted father to Aaradhya, and the actor has frequently discussed his daughter. Junior Bachchan acknowledged in a recent interview that he has altered his creative choices as an actor in consideration of Aaradhya.

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“As any parent will tell you, your child shapes a great deal of your worldview. Not only in your work life, but daily. I’ve always been someone who places a high value on family. Consequently, I certainly do not differ. My creative choices have evolved over time, taking into account my family and my kid, he stated.

The Pinkvilla team wishes all fathers a very happy Father’s Day!

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