Almost every day your daughter will find ways to make your day a little less tiring or a little more joyous. This Daughter’s Day maybe you should give the one thing that is entirely priceless – quality time. A day out, a fancy dinner and many other ways are an option. But nothing beats sitting in the comfort of your house and watching a film, that not only entertains you but also celebrates lovely relationships that the world has with ‘daughters’. We’ve got a few options for you. Take your pick.
Chandamama starring Kajal Aggarwal, Navdeep and others is an out and out family entertainer. However, the bond that founded the basis of this film is the one shared between Kajal and Nagendra Babu, who plays her father. Through thick and thin, don’t they say!
2. Sailaja Reddy Alludu
Some relationships appear harsh and disputed on the surface. But it’s when you begin to scrape it that you find out the ocean of love and purity that lays underneath. For many of us, this is a reality that we live with. But hey, not today! With Sailaja Reddy Alludu starring Ramya Krishna, as the titular character and Anu Emmanuel, as her daughter, let down your guards and make way for love.
3. Happy Wedding
Happy Wedding starring Niharika Konidela and Sumanth is a film that every millennial will relate to. Because the film tells a story which most of us have lived through. Niharika and Murali Sharma, the father, share little screen time together. But their father-daughter chemistry will remind every parent of their daughter and every daughter of her parent instantly. Reality will never be sugarcoated, thankfully, some relationships will always be sweet.
4. Kotha Bangaru Lokam
It’s 2019 and having a son is no more a norm. The 2008 film, Kotha Bangaru Lokam gives us a simple glimpse at how a daughter could also be a son. Ragasudha tells her aunt – who does not have any daughters, “the son in my house and the daughter in your house – I have to fulfil the roles.”
Venkatesh’s horror film, Nagavalli, stands out in the list. Although dealing with an age-old myth, the film has not one or two but five powerful and women of substance at the centre. Their parents are happy, carefree and proud of their five beautiful daughters. Just like everyone should be!
The country that we call home is also home to millions of gods and goddesses. We find god in rock and human, good and bad. In Panchakshari, Anushka Shetty is worshipped as an angel, a messenger of the goddess. It’s not only her parents who are proud to have her but an entire village who feels blessed to be around her.
Last of our lot! Brahmotsavam is yet another family entertainer that with an ensemble cast with Mahesh Babu, Samantha, Kajal Aggarwal and more. What makes this film special is its the ability to cater to all types of people, making them revisit their families and cherish the bond we call home.
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