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Best Films About Brother-Sister Relationships

Can't live with them, can't live without them. Our siblings are our greatest champions and harshest critics. Here are some films that will make you love them a little more today.

Best Films About Brother-Sister Relationships

Hare Rama Hare Krishna

Prashant- Dev Anand’s character flies across the world to Nepal to find his estranged sister, Jasbir/Janice (Zeenat Aman) who is living there as a fun-loving hippie. This story has it all- drama, love, action, heartbreak, smuggling, drugs, you name it. 


In order to find and save her brother Aman (Hrithik Roshan), Fiza (Karizma Kapoor) faces many challenges and obstacles. This movie reiterates that there is no length that siblings won't go to save each other. 

Dil Dhadakne Do 

Priyanka Chopra and Ranveer Singh play the Mehra siblings, Ayesha and Kabir. Through all the other drama in the story, their relationship is real and playful. We realize that sometimes siblings know us better than we know ourselves. 


Iqbal (Shreyas Talpade) and Khadija’s (Shweta Prasad) relationship is full of cheer and support. This movie is all about being each other’s champion and confidante. 


Aishwarya Rai plays Daljeet Kaur, the sister of a man, Sarbjit (Randeep Hooda) who has been arrested in Pakistan as an Indian spy. She fights relentlessly to assure that his name is cleared and that he gets basic rights despite all odds, even after his death. 

My Brother...Nikhil

Anamika (Juhi Chawla) is on a mission to ensure the dignity and rights of her brother Nikhil (Sanjay Suri) after he is tested HIV positive. This story shows that the love we share for our siblings shines through the most when we are faced with trying circumstances. 


The sweetest gangster sibling duo ever, Max (Shah Rukh Khan) and Shirley’s (Aishwarya Rai) relationship is strained when she falls in love with the brother of a rival gang leader. They eventually make peace and all is well. After all, nothing can break siblings apart.