These 3 Indian Father-Son Ads Will Leave You Teary-Eyed

For most guys, our fathers have been our first heroes. They’ve always tried to live up to that image, only to make us feel protected and secure. Even though their deep and unconditional love for us seldom translates into words, but as their sons, we know how much we mean to them. Here are 3 Indian ads that truly capture the essence of a Father-Son relationship in India.

 

The Hero – A Bollywood Story

It’s almost impossible to not be moved by the brilliant direction and effortless acting in this Google commercial. This one will inspire you to help your dad cross off items from his bucket list.

 

Daddy Aur Zooey

A heart-touching story from start to finish, this commercial by Tata AIA Life shows what a dad goes through just to make his son look up to him.

 

Khud Ko Kar Buland

This heart-wrenching but inspiring story about a single dad and his autistic son will make you appreciate how your own dad has never let his personal/financial troubles interfere with your upbringing. Kudos to Birla Sun Life Insurance for making this thoughtful and gripping commercial!

Feel like doing something special for your dad after watching these videos? We’ve got you covered. Check out our post, ‘Treat Your Parents Like Royalty By Heading To These Restaurants’ and give your dad the respect and love he deserves.

 

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