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A father took a photo of his daughter every day of her life and unveiled his project as a video for her eighteenth birthday.

Metro reported that 41-year-old Munish Bansal has photographed his daughter on a daily basis since her birthday on May 16, 1996.

The father said he wanted to capture all the special moments of her life. From her first smile, her baby steps to her first day at school, Bansal captured it all.

Check out his final project in the 13-minute video above. It totals an incredible 6,575 photos.


  • Carrie

    Why is this news and why should anyone outside the family care about these pictures and video?

    • michelle

      carrie- if you dont care or have nothing nice to say? just shut your mouth.
      its priceless about these story

      • Khai

        It’s not a communist country, the truth is the truth. People like you need to accept that sometimes the truth is not nice and fluffy. Grow up.

      • Lex

        I agree with Carrie…. how is this NEWS and who gives a flip…. I thought the musical score and video of stills were incredibly BORING….. yay… here’s the kid on a couch OVER AND OVER AND OVER again……….

  • CIAA Alum

    I found the concept inspiring and I’m sure the daughter was over-joyed that her father could show such appreciation of her lift. It’s not a “news” story, it’s a “human interest” story; which I find to be a welcome relief to all the gloom and doom in today’s news.

  • Zombiekiller

    They post an article like this EVERY YEAR with a different dad doing it. OLD AND USED. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  • GT_NYC

    I agree, not really “news” but still pretty fascinating, I guess there wasn’t much newsworthy on May 18 :). Using the 1812 Overture as a background track is weird, I suspect it was used purely for its length.

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