These Bollywood Parents Are Too Hard To Handle In Real Life!

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Indian kids love their parents, no matter how strict they are. They always want good for us even though their tone can sometimes be hurting. And then come Bollywood parents who have played an antagonistic role in a movie or maybe have been too protective to give their kids some space. Checkout the list below:

Rohan's father from "Udaan"

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An alcoholic & abusive father worsening the life of his child. The worst one can think of!

Bhaskor Bannerjee from "Piku"

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A grumpy man who is super possessive of his daughter, what else would you expect from a constipated man?

Kamal Mehra from "Dil Dhadakne Do"

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An ignorant man witch narcissistic tendencies due to which the entire family suffers. 

Nandkishor Awasthi from "Taare Zameen Par"

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Unable to comprehend on his child’s artistic caliber and being abusive towards him. That’s not how you take care of a kid. 

Farookh from "Secret Superstar"

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What can we say about this fellow here? Absolutely unsupportive, and almost murdered her talented daughter.

Dhankor Baa from "Goliyon Ki Raasleela Raamleela"

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A psychotic mother who cut her daughter’s fingers for loving someone. Enough said! 

Kavita Malhotra from "2 States"

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A condescending and prejudiced mother who places her egoism before anyone’s happiness.

Mrs. Bhamra from "Bend It Like Beckham"

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One of those moms with a very regressive approach in parenting that a woman should only serve the house not live a life of their own. 

Dharamvir Malhotra from "Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jaenge"

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Raising a spoiled brat child was not one of his major accomplishments. 

Virus from "Three Idiots"

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A bereaving father who lost his son to suicide, but still it took some great drama to shake him out of his mindset. 

Yash Raichand from "Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham"

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Love should transcend traditions, but Yash Raichand understood it too late. 

Rahul Khanna from "Kuch Kuch Hota Hai"

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Rahul is a great father but too overprotective. Making children so dependant on parents is not a good idea.

Sexy Sam from "Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna"

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The father is too cool & ignorant to make an effort to keep himself & his family in order.   P.S. – Amit Ji is the best. 

Baldev Singh from "Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge"

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A father who wants his daughter to marry a guy she has never met & known, though a common scenario in Indian families, but consent is a thing!  

Susheela from "Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon"

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Another character who doesn’t understand that marrying a rich guy won’t make her daughter happy.
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