Top 10 Best Bollywood Movies of Brother-Sister Relationship
The Bollywood movies touch upon the various dimensions of emotions and relationships. Regardless of the fact that Hollywood is a dominating entertainment industry, it still hasn’t beaten the music and emotional movies of Bollywood. Indian people celebrate Rakhsha Bandhan (a festival in which sisters pray for their brothers and brothers promise to protect their sisters throughout the life). Even this festival has been shown in various Bollywood movies and Indian dramas to create a feel of affection and love in the viewers. Here are the top 10 best Bollywood movies of brother-sister relationship.
Iqbal was released in 2005. The story is about a deaf-and-mute boy, struggling to become a part of Indian cricket team. He has no one to support him but a little sister. The two siblings stand side-by-side with each other to face the problems of life. The role of Khadija is played by Shweta Prasad, and Iqbal is played by Shreyas Talpade. This has been a fantastic movie and must watch for strengthening a brother’s relationship with his sister.
9. Bumm Bumm Bole
Bumm Bumm Bole is a 2010 release. The movie is actually the remake of the Iranian film, Children of Heaven. Its story is about Pinu (played by Darsheel Safary) and Rimzim (played by Ziyah Vastani). Pinu and Rimzim are born in a poor family, and together struggle a lot to match up the lifestyle of other kids in their school. The role of these two innocent kids is heart-warming.
8. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag is the story of the relationship of Isri Kaur (played by Divya Dutta). She loves her younger brother, Milkha Singh (played by Farhan Akhtar:adult), and and (Japtej Singh:child). Both of them share the joys and sorrows of life together. But during 1947’s separation of India, Isri’s brother was lost in a foreign land of refugee camp. The affection of brother-sister definitely warms the hearts.
Josh stars Shah Rukh Khan and Aishwarya Rai. This is one of the most amazing brother-sister relationship movie. Shah Rukh wants to protect his sister from the bad people, this is why he remains concerned about the selection of her life-partner.
6. Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya
The magic of sibling’s love can be seen in Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya. The movie stars Kajol, Arbaaz Khan, Salman Khan and Dharmindra. Arbaz is playing the role of Kajol’s brother and Salman is the love of her life. Arbaaz remains worried about their relationship and doesn’t like Salman for his sister. The depths of the love relationship of a brother for his sister is well reflected in this movie.
The 2012’s Agneepath is a remake of Amitabh Bachchan’s 1990 film. It has redefined the brother-sister relationship in an effective way. In new version, Vijay Deenanath Chauhan (played by Hrithik Roshan) got separated from his younger sister. As he grows up, he starts job of an underworld lord delving in women’s trafficking and drugs. He wants to help the organizations find bring his sister back to his life. This is how the story moves-on towards its climax.
4. Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na
Genelia D’Souza played a fantastic role in this 2008’s movie. Aditi Mohant (played by Genelia D’Souza) loves her brother, Amit (played by Prateik Babbar) a lot. She wants to safeguard him, thus the movie is able to leave amazing effects on our minds about how much a sister can love her brother.
3. My Brother… Nikhil
My Brother… Nikhil was released in 2005. The film explores queer issues, and the story is about AIDS’ patients. Nikhil (played by Sanjay Suri) loves his elder sister, Anamika (played by Juhi Chawla) a lot. Nikhil is HIV+, and in those hard moments only his sister stands with him to fight against the disease.
Fiza stars Karisma Kapoor and Hrithik Roshan. The movie was released in 2000. It is one of most powerful contemporary movies. Its story is about the craze of a sister Fiza (played by Karisma Kapoor) to bring his brother back to home. Aman (played by Hrithik Roshan) was lost in his childhood and the elder sister still waits for the day to see him alive.
1. Chup Chup Ke
Chup Chup Ke was released in 2006. Shruti (played by Kareena Kapoor), is the cousin of Mangal Singh Chauhan. She is so sweet and innocent, and fights against her disease of deaf-and-mute. Suneil Shetty has portrayed a strong role of Shruti’s brother who is always concerned about his sister’s match and wants to find someone who can accept her health issues.