Siblings are probably one of the greatest blessings that an individual can get in life. Though we tend to fight with them over small little things, they still happen to be the dearest to our hearts. And as for Bollywood, the industry has always made it a point to bring out the best of the sibling bond in reel life too! Following this, we have created a list of some on-screen siblings that aligned perfectly well with each other and made us all believe in their real existence too! Let’s have a look:
Aishwarya Rai and Shahrukh Khan in josh
This film happens to be one of the most brilliant creations of the 2000s and still resides in the hearts of people. Though the film does not appear frequently on the TV screens, this film became highly famous especially for The amazing chemistry between the brother-sister Jodi of Aishwarya and Shahrukh. Playing the role of twin brother and sister named Max and Shirley, the audiences still like their chemistry as siblings more than their romantic ones.
Shweta Prasad and Shreyas Talpade in Iqbal
This Bollywood blockbuster was highly liked by the audiences for its offbeat content. And like we have always heard the phrase that behind every successful man there is a woman and so was Shweta Prasad for her brother Shreyas Talpade. With Shweta playing the role of Khadija, she became a Firefly for her deaf and dumb elder brother setting major sibling goals.
Tabu and Salman Khan in Jai Ho
Remember the anger Salman showed in the movie after his sister was highly insulted by a goon? Or the instances where tabu was seen consoling and standing together with Salman in his hard times? Well, certainly a brilliant movie with perfect action sequences and heart-wrenching emotions was also loved for the brother-sister Jodi of Tabu and Salman Khan playing the role of Geeta and Jai respectively.
Deepika Padukone and Arjun Rampal in Housefull
The comedy-drama film Housefull became one of the popular Bollywood blockbusters for its perfect comic timings and hilarious scenes that gave us a stomach ache. The soft-hearted nature of younger sister Deepika Padukone and the harshness of her overprotective brother Arjun Rampal made them an ideal and most loving sibling Jodi of the silver screen. Cutely addressing him as Anna, they arguably became one of the best Bhai Behen jodies of recent times.
Divya Dutta and Farhan Akhtar in Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
Now we certainly do not feel the need to express the overwhelming success and brilliance of this film in words. While Dutta is arguably one of the most sought-after actresses for getting into the skin of the roles, the perfect expressions lent by the actress, and the deep connectivity of her sisterly feelings towards her brother, Farhan Akhtar won the hearts of people. Becoming the backbone of each other and standing by together in the ups and downs of life they indeed made us all forget about not being a real-life sibling in the first place. The one particular instance from the film that left the audiences teary-eyed was the one when Divya Dutta sells off her “baaliyan” just to set her Milkhu free from prison and after years he gets them back and gifts to his sister.
Kajol and Arbaaz Khan in Pyar Kiya to Darna kya
Becoming a father figure for her younger sister Kajol, Arbaaz brilliantly performed the role of an overprotective brother that was loved by the audience. Indulging in taking a test of her sister’s love interest, this sibling Jodi became one of the most convincing sibling jodies of the silver screen.
Tusshar Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor in Golmaal returns
While this Jodi initially started as a romantic pair in films, they were much loved by the audiences for rather being siblings on the silver screen. And to make things look a bit more realistic, the makers named the character of Kareena as Ekta in the film Golmaal returns which is surprisingly the name of Tushar’s real-life sister.
Amrita Puri and Sushant Singh Rajput in Kai Po Che
Depicting the ideal love and hate relationship shared by the real-life siblings, this onscreen sibling Jodi nailed their roles in the critically acclaimed film Kai Po Che. Based on a Chetan Bhagat novel, The three mistakes of my Life, this film was highly appreciated by the masses.
Priyanka Chopra and Ranveer Singh in Dil Dhadakne do
Entertaining the masses by becoming husband-wife Jodi on the silver screen in the film Bajirao Mastani, the duo nailed off their respective roles. However, being seen as the brother-sister Jodi in the film Dil Dhadakne Do, they broke the ideal stereotypical relationship between a brother and a sister. The various scenes from the film relating to this sibling Jodi made us all feel nostalgic about the real-life scenarios.
Pratiek Babbar and Genelia D’Souza in Jaane tu ya Jaane Na
The catfight between Pratiek and Genelia in the film Jaane Tu ya Jaane Na became one of the loved scenes from the film. Probably depicting how the real-life siblings fight with each other and even end harming each other in fights was well preserved in the film. And the unspoken gap between Genelia and Pratiek that gets solved towards the end was one of the most heart-touching scenes from the film.
Karishma Kapoor and Hrithik Roshan in Fiza
Depicting the sheer purity of the unconditional love of a sister towards her brother who steps out to find her brother who went missing during riots deeply touched the audience. With both the actors being highly dedicated to the individual roles portrayed by them, this sibling Jodi remains one of the most loved ones for the audiences.
Sanjay Suri and Juhi Chawla in my brother Nikhil
While you might not have heard much about this film however this movie became critically acclaimed for adapting a lesser addressed topic of AIDS. Inspired by a real-life character of India’s first AIDS activist this film perfectly depicted the unconditional love of a sister towards her brother who supported him by ousting society.