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Posted at: Dec 6, 2018, 1:09 AM; last updated: Dec 6, 2018, 1:09 AM (IST)

Hello sasurji

Small screen artistes talk about the relationship they share with their respective fathers-in-law

Laugh out loud

Ankita Sharma

I had a very typical first meeting with my father-in-law. In that interaction, I came to know that he was a Sanskrit teacher. We don’t see each other very often, but there is one funny episode that takes place every time I meet him. Whenever I tell him about how thin he has become, he pulls his stomach muscles in to look even slimmer and we all laugh over it!\


Wrong parantha

Manav Gohil

I have always had a very friendly relationship with my father-in-law. I still remember during my first interaction with him, I actually made a fool of myself. When I visited their house, they were serving stuffed parathas. So, I actually ate a gobhi paratha believing it was aloo paratha, and am still mocked for it.


Formal relation

Smita Bansal

I had a formal relationship with my father-in-law, as he was very conservative. Initially, he was against me working after marriage, and especially in this industry. However, I continued to work with my mother-in-law’s approval, and soon realised that he would happily go to his friends and tell them about my shows!


Strong bond

Ananya Khare

My first interaction with my father in-law was over the phone, since he lived in America. Over the years, we shared many great moments as the bond became stronger and he became a really good friend to me. He was undoubtedly a very kind-hearted and a jolly person, who was always there for us during times of need.

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