National Parents’ Day is celebrated annually in the fourth week of July to honour and appreciate our parents for their commitment, and the sacrifices they make to raise their children. They guide us, bless us and uphold us through every thick and thin of our lives. So, EastMojo has compiled a list of 6 films for you to watch with your parents on the occasion of National Parents’ Day.
The Sky is Pink is a ride through the emotions that touch the right cord. It is about the family standing tall and strong through the thick and thin of life. An emotional but brilliant movie to watch on National Parents’ Day.
Drishyam is the story of a common man and how he leaves no stone unturned to protect his family, especially his daughter, from unanticipated trouble. This is the reflection of how parents try to protect their children from any harm. One of the best movies to watch on the occasion of National Parents’ Day.
This film is about how a father does everything in his power to fulfil his child’s dream. It is a film to tickle the funny bone as well as hit hard on emotions too.
Baghban is the representation of how parents sacrifice their happiness just for their children. And how easily, people tend to forget to appreciate it.
This film is a thought-provoking tale of how a mother uses a unique way to motivate her child. This is the depiction of how parents try every possible way for the good of their children.
Badhaai Ho is a situational comedy that successfully makes the eyes moist. It beautifully depicts the middle-class setting of a family and the relationship between parents and children. If your idea of National Parents’ Day is to laugh and giggle with your parents, this movie is perfect.
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