On this Father’s Day, Zee TV actors speak about the unsung heroes of their lives 

By Bollyy
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Aishwarya Khare a.k.a Lakshmi from Bhagya Lakshmi

The first superhero, motivator, and supporter in any child’s life is their father. They are always considered to be strict, but beyond that strictness lies love, care, and concern. A father is a son’s first hero but a daughter’s first love. A mother’s love and sacrifices are always acknowledged, but the father’s struggle goes unnoticed. And no matter how much a father loves his offspring, they are unable to express it properly, leaving their love unsaid most of the time. Hence, this Father’s Day, Zee TV actors like Aishwarya Khare a.k.a Lakshmi from Bhagya Lakshmi, Aditi Sharma a.k.a Dua from Rabb Se Hai Dua, Krishna Kaul a.k.a Ranbir from Kumkum Bhagya, Syed Raza Ahmed a.k.a Shlok from Meet, Neeharika Roy a.k.a Radha from Pyaar Ka Pehla Naam Radha Mohan, Samarth Jurel a.k.a Harsh from Maitree, and Manit Joura a.k.a Rishabh from Kundali Bhagya are coming forward and showcasing their unsaid love for their father, speaking about the unique bond they share with them as well as expressing their gratitude towards their fathers.Neeharika Roy a.k.a Radha from Pyaar Ka Pehla Naam Radha Mohan Aishwarya Khare who essays the role of Lakshmi in Zee TV’s Bhagya Lakshmi mentioned, “I have always been a daddy’s girl and I believe that every day is a Father’s Day. I don’t think we need any special day to celebrate our real-life heroes who gracefully balance the responsibility of fatherhood along with their own struggles. I always try to make my father happy, and bring a smile to his face. I remember when I was a kid, I would run to  him for every minor concern of my life, and he would patiently help me with everything. The lessons that I have learnt from him are something I will never forget. Today, on this special occasion I would like to thank him for all the love, guidance, and support he has given to me. I wish happy Father’s Day to all the fathers who shower all the love on their children unconditionally.”Manit Joura a.k.a Rishabh from Kundali BhagyaAditi Sharma who essays the role of Dua in Zee TV’s Rabb Se Hai Dua mentioned, “My father has been the support system of my family. I don’t remember a day when he has scolded us, or said no to anything that my brother and I have asked for. Through his unwavering support, boundless love, and timeless wisdom, he has been my rock, my inspiration, and my guiding light. I believe that behind every successful daughter, there is a strong father who has always supported her through thick and thin. And today on this special day I would like to thank him for everything he has done for our family unconditionally.”

Krishna Kaul who essays the role of Ranbir in Zee TV’s Kumkum Bhagya mentioned, “Fathers are very important in everyone’s life, and I am really grateful to my father for always being my biggest support system and inspiration. I believe it’s his love and guidance that have shaped me into the person I am today. I want to acknowledge the incredible role model my father has been in my life. His unwavering belief in me and his constant encouragement has been instrumental in my journey as an actor. He has always been my source of strength, and his wisdom and unconditional love has made me the kind of human I am today. I owe so much of my success to him And on the occasion of ‘Father’s Day’ I would like to wish every father a very Happy Father’s Day!”Krishna kaul a.k.a Ranbir from Kumkum BhagyaSyed Raza Ahmed who essays the role of Shlok in Zee TV’s Meet mentioned, “I believe fathers are the biggest superheroes in every child’s life, and even though he isn’t with me anymore, he has always been my hero, my mentor, and my best friend. His love and support have always been a source of strength for me. In fact, I strongly feel that he is always with me, and his countless sacrifices and unconditional love is something that I always carry with me. I have faith that he always keeps watching upon me and that’s why I am able to achieve the goals I want to. He has indefinitely given me valuable lessons, and his guidance has shaped my life in the most profound ways. I miss him every day, and I will always be grateful to the life lessons that have taught me so many things and made me the person I am today.”Aditi Sharma a.k.a Dua from Rabb SeNeeharika Roy who essays the role of Radha in Zee TV’s Pyaar Ka Pehla Naam Radha Mohan mentioned, “My father has always treated me like a princess, and has fulfilled all my dreams without saying anything. He has been incredibly supportive in every decision I have taken and has always guided me to do the right thing. While he has pampered me a lot, he has also helped me become independent. The love that I have for him is unconditional. In fact, I always tell my dad everything because he has been extremely supportive of my choices. I am very grateful for my father and everything he has done for me. I can never return the kind of love he has given me, all I can do is try my best and make him proud.”Aditi Sharma a.k.a Dua from Rabb Se Hai DuaSamarth Jurel who essays the role of Harsh in Zee TV’s Maitree mentioned, “According to me, life is always kinder under father’s shelter. My father is my pillar of strength and the person who has taught me to face the world valiantly.  In fact, I have a unique equation with my father, we don’t talk much, or express, because there is this unsaid bond that doesn’t need any kind of affirmation. Nowadays, I am glad that men have started expressing their feelings, but the 90s kids’ father is still learning the same, and we should appreciate the gestures they make.  Every moment that we have spent together is precious to me and I hope I learn to communicate everything with him, just like how I can with my mother. Lastly, Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers, who are always there for their kids and family.”Syed Raza Ahmed a.k.a Shlok from MeetManit Joura who essays the role of Rishabh Luthra in Zee TV's Kundali Bhagya, mentioned, "My relationship with my father is filled with warmth. During my upbringing, he was undeniably my hero. I can vividly recall when I was around 4 or 5 years old, my eyes used to light up just by observing him drive his car with confidence. His style fascinated me, and I always aspired to emulate him. With time, our bond evolved, and he became more of a confidant. We now embark on journeys, go horse riding, and even engage in cooking together when time permits.  Rather than confining the celebration of Father's Day to a once-a-year event, I believe in honoring and cherishing the bond we share every day. On a regular basis, after wrapping up my work, I ensure to spend 15 minutes conversing with my parents. I am immensely grateful to have been blessed with the world's best parents, and I will treasure every moment spent with them throughout my life."Samarth Jurel a.k.a Harsh from Zee TV's Maitree (1)

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