Film Actor Alok Nath, Â who has been immortalized in the Role of Father of a Bride is perhaps the latest victim of Twitter jokes.
Since Sunday, Alok Nath was trending top of Twitter due to jokes shared by Twitter users pertaining to his character of a Father to the Bride.
Some of those jokes were also due to the role of a Sanskari (highly ethical) person played by him in various movies.
We can say he has been the latest victim after Rajnikanth and Sir Jadeja. Anyway, we selected some of those jokes and sharing it for fun.
@karyotype46 :Â Alok Nath used to bunk school to attend his daughter’s marriages.
â€@MenInBlueDvotee:Â Alok Nath wants an “Aashirvad” button on twitter!
â€@stuffednstarved:Â Alok Nath takes his slippers off before playing Temple Run.
â€@TheJatinChhabra:Â Our nation only learnt about heart-attacks because of Alok Nath :p
â€@asadsidd:Â When Alok nath was born nurse said to his father : Badhai ho BABUJI hue hai #AlokNath
@Roflindian:Â Alok Nath ‘s favourite inspirational song: Â “We shall overcome, we shall overcome, we shall overcome samdhi…”
â€@i_Psycho:Â Alok Nath walks into a bar and orders haldi ka doodh.
â€@crazysailor_ : Â Alok Nath was the first person to call Parle as ParleG !
â€@RishiiMuni:Â Even @SunnyLeone takes a ghunghat when Alok Nath comes in front of her.
@coolfunnytshirt:Â Alok Nath’s political party – Baap Aadmi Party. #BAP
â€@AdvancedMaushi:Â Aloknath holds a world record of having the maximum heart-attacks in one lifetime.
@bizzarebhide:Â Alok Nath’s morning tea is made using Gangaajal.
@naalaYUCK:Â Without hurting any sentiment I want to say that Alok Nath looks like Father of the nation more than Mahatma Gandhi.
@kitAnurag: Sooraj Barjatya avoids having funeral scenes in his movies because Alok Nath won’t stop smiling.”
â€@crazysam3d:Â Alok Nath went to sunburn and did SURYA-NAMASKAR
@SanaAs21:Â When alok nath parties, it means tea party.
Alok Nath’s family hails from Khagaria in Bihar, and they live in Mumbai asÂ well as Patna.Â He was an employee of Kitply India from 1973 until 1995. He started acting in 1980s.
He first rose to fame for his role in the 1987 television series,Â Buniyaad. He went on to essay the role of Deepak in the television serialÂ Tara. He later appeared in the 1989 film,Â Maine Pyar Kiya, playing the father ofÂ Bhagyashree Patwardhan’s character, Suman. He has appeared in some of the biggest hits of Bollywood, playing supporting roles as a father or uncle who is shown as a humble and a kind person. Prime examples areÂ Taal,Â Maine Pyar Kiya,Â Hum Saath-Saath Hain: We Stand United,Â Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!,Â PardesÂ andÂ Vivah. He played negative roles in films likeÂ Bol Radha Bol,VinashakÂ â€“ DestroyerÂ andÂ Shadyantra. He also made an appearance in the international award-winningÂ Richard AttenboroughÂ directed filmÂ GandhiÂ (1982).
Nath’s filmÂ VivahÂ was very successful at the box officeÂ and his performance as a doting uncle was praised by critics.Â He appeared in some episodes of Rishtey, a TV series that aired on Zee TV during 1999-2001.
He appeared in theÂ Star PlusÂ serialÂ Sapna Babul Ka…BidaaiÂ which had been running since late 2007. He is currently working inÂ Yahan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli.