On Father's Day Sunday, Bollywood's young stars aspire to be the world's best children.
Ayushmann Khurrana: Whatever I am today is because of my dad. We share a very Krishna-Arjun relationship. Usually star aspirants run away from their homes to become actors. In my case, my dad had packed my bags and virtually forced me to board that plane to Mumbai. In return for all that he has done for me, what can I give him? I'd just strive to be the world's best son. That would be his best gift.
Parineeti Chopra: A father is always the head of the family. The bread earner, so to say. All his life he has worked hard and given my mom, my brothers and me everything we ever wanted. Now, it's time for us to give him all the luxuries of life! Papa, just sit back and relax. Your vacation has started.
Tiger Shroff: Every day is Father's Day for me. I want to give him all the happiness, health and wealth this world has to offer. I will do everything in my power to make all his dreams come true.
Sooraj Pancholi: I've never really said this to my dad. But I want to thank him for always being there for me. When I went through the darkest phase of my life recently, he fought for me and my innocence like a lion. I am proud of being your son, dad.
Luv Sinha: My father continues to raise the bar for all of us and inspires me to always move forward, no matter what the odds. For someone as special as he is, I don't think I could ever come up with the perfect gift.