It’s Father’s Day and we will rightfully shower all the love and affection on our fathers today. Normally, fathers keep themselves occupied in one thing or the other. But on the rare days that they do feel affectionate, they strangle us with their lovely hugs and we have absolutely no qualms. Nani in Jersey perfectly describes what we mean.
Father’s Day Special: 6 Traits That Are Peculiar To All Dads In General
Showering all the affection at once
Playing 21 questions at the wrong time
Everyone talks about how mothers cannot do without interrogating us. But fathers do that too and nobody seems to be speaking about it. In Bommarillu, Kota Srinivas Rao as Kanakaroa kept calling his daughter every few hours for no particular reason. But he had plenty of questions. That’s true to all our fathers. But… dad, this isn’t the time to play 21 questions!
Being the best friend and partner-in-crime
Helping with homework, secretly buying things, helping in seeking permission from mom and also helping us deal with our crushes. Dads really are our best friends and partners-in-crime. Just like Jagapati Babu was there through thick and thin with Akhil Akkineni in Hello, we know how has our back, secretly and forever.
Winning the sarcasm game
You could be a stand-up comedian or the CEO of the biggest company in the world. But there’s one place that you cannot win. Try playing a game of words with your dad. That’s right, welcome to the club of loser heirs, my friend. The sarcasm game that fathers have achieved over the years is truly something we doff our hats to. Oh, remember how Kota Srinivas Rao roasted his son Venkatesh left, right and centre in Adavari Maatalaku Ardhale Verule? Yes, we related to Venky more than ever.
Every once in a while, we like doing things for our father. You know, just for fun or because we want to show them how much we love them. But just like Sathyaraj in Hyper, their antennas stand up to question our intentions. And we’re like… dad, chill! It’s Father’s day! Let us pamper you sometimes.
Playing Daddy Cool
Fathers can play many roles. But one of them has to be playing ‘daddy cool’ in front of our relatives and friends. You know how they turn all prim and proper, crack truly funny jokes and try their hand at pop-culture references? Not exactly, but well almost like Arjun Sarja in Naa Peru Surya Naa Illu India. This has to be our favourite role. What about you?
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