Bhatts, Shettys, Akhtars: Famous father-daughter pairs pose for portraits, for a cause
Hundred of India’s most famous father-daughter pairs have posed for portraits to support the NGO Khushii and the ‘Beti Bachao’ campaign
Hundred of India’s most famous father-daughter pairs have posed for portraits to support the NGO Khushii and the ‘Beti Bachao’ campaign. The portraits are part of a coffee table book called Timeless Portraits of Love.
Among the famous fathers and daughters whose photos are part of the book are Mahesh Bhatt and Alia Bhatt, Kapil Dev and his daughter Ameya, Javed Akhtar and Zoya Akhtar, Suniel Shetty and Athiya Shetty and Chiranjeevi with Sreeja and Sushmitha.
President Pranab Mukherjee, Dr Naresh Trehan and Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev are among the other personalities whose portraits are included in the book.
The photographers who have shot these portraits include celebrity lensmen like Dabboo Ratnani, Jatin Kampani, Suresh Natrajan, Amit Pasricha, Rohan Shreshta, Nikhil Rai, Saify Naqvi, Sudhir Ramachandran and Rafique Sayed.
Khushii will be hosting a fundraiser this month where Timeless Portraits of Love will be unveiled. The intent is to promote the message of gender equality and the importance of daughters in families in India.
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