Boman Irani Poem: A poem by veteran actor Boman Irani on ‘Fatherhood’, see what he wrote

veteran actor bowman itani Recently made his digital debut with Disney+ Hotstar’s latest psychological thriller Masoom. In the series, Bowman shares a complicated relationship with his on-screen daughter. On the occasion of Father’s Day, he has shared a heart touching poem depicting the challenging relationship between parents and children. Boman Irani’s webseries ‘Masoom’ has been […]
 


Boman Irani Poem: A poem by veteran actor Boman Irani on ‘Fatherhood’, see what he wrote

veteran actor bowman itani Recently made his digital debut with Disney+ Hotstar’s latest psychological thriller Masoom. In the series, Bowman shares a complicated relationship with his on-screen daughter. On the occasion of Father’s Day, he has shared a heart touching poem depicting the challenging relationship between parents and children. Boman Irani’s webseries ‘Masoom’ has been released on social media , This famous actor is seen playing a challenging character in this web series.

A poem shared by Boman Irani

In this poem Bowman says, “I’m sorry, you’re a liar, I can’t understand you, I can’t love you, yes, I can never leave.” Through this poem, Baum expresses his deep feelings about how a father always protects his children. Bomman expresses many aspects of fatherhood in this poem and acknowledges that father-child relationships are not always emotionally transparent but are unique in their own way.

Know what Boman Irani has to say

Bowman further adds that the relationship between a father and his children is rarely discussed, though he is a silent pillar behind his children’s development. But in order to strengthen the relationship, it is necessary that love should be expressed openly. Boman Irani said: “This Father’s Day, let’s talk as much as we can with our children and be the fathers they want to be and create a new parenthood that is kind, loving and inspiring.

Boman Irani plays a mysterious father

Hotstar special ‘Masoom’, which is touted as a thriller, is set in Punjab and features Boman Irani as a mysterious father. Following the death of his wife under unusual circumstances at home, Joe tries to uncover the Samara Treasury while playing the role of his daughter. Even if it means going against his father. Masoom reveals the unique father-daughter relationship that turns into a dark past filled with mystery and deceit. It offers a level of connection with interesting twists and turns, which makes you look different from a normal family on screen.