Quotes from Sony SAB artists for Father’s Day

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Quotes from Sony SAB artists for Father’s Day

Chinmayee Salvi who plays Sakhi Wagle on Sony SAB’s Wagle Ki Duniya

“Behind every young dream is an amazing father who gives wisdom, strength, and endless love. Today, I would like to honor my dad, my guiding light, whose unwavering support has shaped me into who I am. I am forever grateful for the countless sacrifices he has made for me to succeed. Be it wiping my tears or rejoicing in my happiness, he’s been with me through every major and minor milestone. Like my off-screen father, my on-screen father is equally wonderful. Sumeet Sir’s character Rajesh Wagle is the most uplifting and thoughtful father a girl could have. From helping her get over her fear of driving to encouraging her to study abroad, he’s been nothing but a dream. So thank you to both of them for being my heroes and my inspiration. Happy Father's Day!”  Chinmayee Salvi as Sakhi Wagle from Sony SAB's Wagle Ki Duniya

Sheehan Kapahi who plays Atharva Wagle on Sony SAB’s Wagle Ki Duniya

“My father has been my biggest supporter. When I first joined Wagle Ki Duniya, he took a long break from his office just to be with me because it was my first show. He helped me read and understand my lines and even rehearse my script before going on the set. He spent the entire day with me on the sets. He was also on the sets during weekends, to help me with my studies. We love watching movies together, and if we're not out, we are always watching them at home on the projector. We even moved to a new home to accommodate my shooting schedule, as the traveling was exhausting for me. This way, I could have time for my personal activities like playing and studying. Without his constant support and dedication, I wouldn't be where I am. I just want to say that I love you, Dad and Happy Father’s Day. ”Sheehan Kapahi as Atharva Wagle on Sony SAB's Wagle Ki Duniya

Paras Arora who plays Veer on Sony SAB’s Dil Diyaan Gallaan

“My dad has been a constant supporter. From the very beginning he always accounted for my hopes and dreams instead of forcing a career path on me. I remember when I was 4-years-old he enrolled me for martial arts and dance classes to ensure I was well equipped for whatever I chose to go ahead with. He always took my acting dream seriously. In fact at the age of 12, he helped me bag my first job. Even though we lived away from my mother for sometime, I never felt alone. His support has been unwavering all through my life and I feel like we don’t give fathers a lot of credit for their silent sacrifices. While on Dil Diyaan Gallaan, Veer doesn’t have a father, Dilpreet Brar is his angel in disguise. He has protected and taken him as his own. So this Father’s Day I just want to send my dad all my love and a big thank you for all he’s done. Love you, Dad. To all the fathers who have taken in other’s children as their own, you guys are superheroes.”Paras Arora as Veer on Sony SAB's Dil Diyaan Gallaan

Ishaan Dhawan, who plays the character of Dhruv in Sony SAB’s Dhruv Tara

“On this Father's Day, I am immensely grateful to my father for his unwavering support. Despite changing careers multiple times, he has always encouraged me to take risks and prioritize my happiness. In my character Dhruv in 'Dhruv Tara - Samay Sadi Se Pare,' I have found a father figure in my mother Susheela and my grandfather. Their love and guidance have filled the void. Today, I celebrate not just my father, but also the beautiful bond of fatherhood that goes beyond bloodlines and embraces love and support."

Ishaan Dhawan as Dhruv from Sony SAB's Dhruv Tara - 1

Krishna Bharadwaj who plays the character of Mahaveer in Sony SAB’s Dhruv Tara,

“I believe fatherhood is a journey like no other. On this special occasion, I am filled with gratitude for my father, my support system. I owe my acting genes to him, as he has been my inspiration in this artistic journey. But more than that, he has taught me the value of being passionate about my work. As a father myself, I always encourage and stand by my daughter’s decisions, just as my father did for me. Even for my character in Sony SAB’s Dhruv Tara - Samay Sadi Se Pare which is set in the 17th century, we are supposed to speak in pure Hindi and my dad, being a PhD in Hindi, started my training of speaking in pure Hindi since my childhood. So, all the perfection that I bring to my character is because of my dad’s Hindi masterclasses. Today, I celebrate not just the bond between a father and a son, but also the legacy of love and support that transcends generations.”

Krishna Bharadwaj as Mahaveer from Sony SAB's Dhruv Tara

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