Emotional video shows a Cute girl crying for her father, says Papa only works for us never takes care of himself

Holy love that is introduced by the family and unbreakable relationships do definitely improve a person’s life. Numerous interactions contribute to the formation of a family, but the bond between a father and daughter is one of the most treasured.

Daughters are seen as being there for their dads, while fathers are seen as being protective and loving of their daughters.  Anyone’s heart would be warmed by the girl’s love and affection for her father. It is stated that daughters and their dads have a special bond. Their presence always makes the house brighter. A toddler is seen weeping excessively in a viral video depicting the tight bond between a daughter and her father.

In the video, when the girl’s mother asks her why she is crying, the girl says, “I miss Papa a lot.” Although the mother assures the girl that she takes care of her, the girl emphasizes that even though they eat in the morning and at night, her father’s stomach remains empty during the day. In the video, the little girl says, “Papa works all day without eating. Papa only eats in the morning and works all day… work… work… work.” The girl, crying, says that her father does so much for them. He doesn’t even eat on time.

A journalist named Navin Raghuvanshi shared this heartwarming conversation, captioning it, “Those who consider daughters a burden should watch each and every video.” Since being shared, the video has received nearly 20,000 likes and has been viewed by more than 900,000 people. The video has stirred the emotions of netizens, who praised the little girl for taking such special care of her father.

Actress Raveena Tandon also shared her feelings and retweeted the video, writing, “aweelie, my baba is so cute. God bless.”

The video has also been shared on Twitter by poet and lyricist Manoj Muntashir. “After seeing this video, perhaps it should become custom to celebrate the birth of daughters with drums and trumpets,” he wrote.  Fortunate are those whose homes are graced by Goddess Lakshmi.”

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].