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Karan Brar’s Powerful Father’s Day Letter

Karan Brar
Karan Brar

Karan Brar-if you don’t know who he is, a quick IMDb search will quickly set you on the right track. He’s a multilingual (English, Hindi and Punjabi) Indian actor who got his first major role at only age 11 in Diary of a Wimpy Kid and then a recurring role on Disney Channel. He’s grown into a positive, charming young man since then, as he now stars in YouTube vlogs with the beautiful Lilly Singh, alias “Superwoman”, an Indian YouTube sensation from Canada.

As most of you know, Father’s Day recently passed. Karan Brar wrote a thoughtful letter to his father that may leave you in tears by the end. In it, he speaks of his father’s sacrifice, and how much he meant to young Karan as he grew up…

See Karan’s sweet letter below, taken from Just Jared Jr. Bring tissues.

“Dear Dad,

When you told me the story about how you first came to this country it left me speechless. You told me of how you, completely alone, flew to a country you had only read about—with only $50 in your pocket and one goal in mind. You gave up everything so Sabreena and I could have futures and opportunities you never had back home in India.

It really amazes me how one human can be so selfless: giving up everything for a chance at a better future for his kids. No matter how hard I try, there will never be words to describe how grateful I am.

I also want to take the time to remind you what an amazing human and father you are. Ever since I was kid you have always supported all of my crazy aspirations, even moving our entire family to Los Angeles so I could pursue my career as an actor. And along that crazy road you also taught me how to be a good person. You told me to always be kind, respectful, and open minded, amongst many other things. These are all lessons I will carry with me throughout my life. So in short, I love you dad. Happy Fathers’ Day!



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