On the happy occasion of Rakshabandhan, the world is celebrating the bond of sibling love. While it sure is one which is a love-hate relationship for various reasons, today is all about celebrations. Thanks to Bollywood, each bond is one that has various aspects to it.
So today, we decided to list down some films that celebrate sibling love in its own sense. However, these films sure are more than just that. Check out the list here:
Dil Dhadakne Do
Priyanka Chopra and Ranveer Singh are goals in this movie. While the movie is about a rather not so perfect family, tale of love, and more, it is also about siblings. On one hand, Ayesha is trying to do her thing, on the other, Kabir is her pillar of support. Their bond is indeed one that could be termed as closest to perfect.
Jaane Tu…Ya Jaane Na
A movie that was about all bonds there could ever be, but one of the siblings also found a tiny place. Amit (Prateik Babbar) and Aditi (Genelia Dsouza) share a bond that faded out, but it took a few minutes to revive it. And that is proof of just how special sibling love is, and rightly so.
People rightly say that sibling love can make or break you, and for Sarabjit, it worked just fine. This movie, featuring Randeep Hooda and Aishwarya is quite a milestone in Bollywood for more reasons than one.
Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya
Ah, those good old days of some tough sibling love on screen. One can never get enough of this movie and seeing Arbaaz Khan as a concerned brother. So much about this Salman Khan and Kajol starrer is quite the cliche, yet, adorable.
Kai Po Che!
Sushant Singh Rajput and Amrita Puri in this movie is yet another form of representation of what the bond of siblings is. Much like the love-hate in relation, it has an added sense of drama that makes this bond stand out.
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
Another gem of a film because it celebrates sports, the bond of Milkha (Farhan Akhtar) and Isri (Divya Dutt) is one to be cherished. It is only a matter of time when the sister also turns a mother, making the relation purer, and taking sibling love to a different level.
Hum Saath Saath Hain
A movie that gets as cliche as it could, and yet, it leaves you smiling with tears, every single time. A class in its time, the movie is so much more than just another cliche. If we were to watch it now, it sure would be a fine time spent.
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