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Paresh Rawal starrer Gujarati film, Dear Father is now out on Amazon Prime Video

Directed by Umang Vyas, it also stars Manasi Parekh, Chatan Dhanani, Kaushambi Bhatt and Arvind Dandekar in other major roles.

  • Ujan Chakraborty

Last Updated: 11.12 AM, May 04, 2022

Paresh Rawal starrer Gujarati film, Dear Father is now out on Amazon Prime Video
Dear Father

Paresh Rawal’s Dear Father, the recent Gujarati film gets its OTT release. The film, which premiered in the theatres on March 4, 2022, did fairly well at the box office. And now, after its theatrical release, it has made its way into the OTT space.

The actor Paresh Rawal recently tweeted the news. "You can now watch Dear Father with your Dear Family at the comfort of your home. #DearFatherOnPrime, watch now @primevideoIN

@pareshrawalofficial @IAmSudhirMishra"

Check out the tweet here:

The film is now available on Prime Video for its subscribers.

The story follows a three-member family, including Chetan Dhanani and Manasi Parekh, a young couple, and Dhanani's on-screen father, portrayed by Paresh Rawal. In the movie, the legendary actor plays a worried father and father-in-law. Ajay is a lawyer while Alka is a college professor. The son and daughter-in-law express their discontent with the old man's behaviour. The family drama then takes a turn when Rawal's character falls from a balcony.

Dear Father is based on a renowned Gujarati theatre of the same title by the late author Uttam Gada, according to the film's producers. Umang Vyas directed the film, which was produced by Ratan and Ganesh Jain of Venus Movies.

Paresh Rawal appears to believe that the Gujarati audience has been well-nourished and prepped, and that they are accustomed to seeing outstanding plays. As a result, he said in his earlier statement, according to, that he wants to reach out to the viewers and offer something different to them. It's a crime or a shame to give his fans something not up to the mark when he has such a loyal following. Rawal made his debut in the film industry with a Gujarati movie, Naseeb Ni Balihari, which was released in 1982.