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Happy Father's Day: Boman Irani recites a heartfelt poem from Masoom to express a father's love for his child

Boman Irani has recently debuted in OTT with Disney+ Hotstar's Masoom alongside Samara Tijori.

  • Sunidhi Prajapat

Last Updated: 08.03 AM, Jun 19, 2022

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Happy Father's Day: Boman Irani recites a heartfelt poem from Masoom to express a father's love for his child

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Boman Irani is receiving all the praise and love from the audience for his latest stint in his first web series, Masoom. The 62-year-old actor stars in the crime-drama series alongside Samara Tijori. The makers shared a special video from Masoom featuring Boman, who can be seen reciting a heartfelt poem from Masoom to express a father's love for his child.

Masoom follows the story of a father (played by Boman), who is actually a good father in disguise of a bad one to protect his family.

The emotional video features a beautiful poem, which was actually recited by Upasana Singh in the series for her child, while Boman's twist has made it even more special. 

The video begins with the actor emotionally quoting the lines of the poem that symbolizes a father's love for his child. As the actor recites the poem, the montage features a few glimpses from the series. In a few scenes, his character can be seen remembering the happy times with his family and especially with his youngest daughter. Towards the end, Masoom's father-daughter duo (Boman and Samara) can be seen sharing an emotional moment with each other.

Watch the full video here:

Talking about the emotional aspect of fathers, Boman said in a recent statement that the bond between a father and his children is rarely discussed, yet they are the silent pillars behind their children’s growth. He further mentioned that it is important to open up and express affection as it strengthens the relationship. "This Father’s Day, let’s be more communicative with our children and be the father they want us to be and establish a new fatherhood that’ll be kinder, loving and inspiring,” he added.

Directed by Mihir Desai and helmed by Gurmmeet Singh, Masoom also has Manjari Fadnnis and Veer Rajwat Singh in key roles.

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