How to make Father's day special

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Show your father that you care. We bring to you the perfect ways to make this Father's Day special.

1) Per-Fit gift

Love working out? Take your father to the gym. Bond with your father over a treadmill.

Who doesn’t want to have a healthy lifestyle?

Indulge your father into a healthy regime this Father’s day. Nothing better than health to gift your father.


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2) Take your daddy to a concert

I’m sure daddies require a break from the office. Get along with your dadda and spend some exhilarating time with him. Let him experience the zeal and zest of a concert.
The World Music Day is coming soon, check out the concerts happening in New Delhi here.


 
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3) Movie time

Give your hardworking daddy a break from the monotonous life. Make him experience the thrill of cinema and theatre. Let your dad try the magic of 3D, 4D and 7D movies. A lot of festivals are being conducted round the city, make sure you grab a seat for the best ones.


                                                         
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4) Not missing the moment


Spending the special day with daddy and relying on just selfies to keep a record of it? Nahhh!
Get yourself a professional photographer and capture the beautiful moments with your favourite hero. After all one cannot miss out on these special memories, can they?


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5) Fabulous food

On this special day treat your father with amazing delicacies of various cuisines.
Make your father’s taste buds tingle with joy.


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6) Grooming

Pamper your daddy. It’s time that your dad changes his age old, side partitioned hair into a sassy new hairstyle, with a French beard paired with aviators and sexy shoes. Don’t you think?


                 
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Make you daddy’s day special!

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Authored by Chandrima Banerjee


Someone for whom books and food are the only need. Love for history always persisted.