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Rakshabandhan 2021: Films based on Rakshabandhan

18/08/2021 at 7:17 AM

Mumbai, Aug 18: Many films were shot in Hindi cinemas depicting the importance of the Rakshabandhan. All these movies also have Rakshabandhan songs. The love between brother and sister is shown with great enthusiasm on the big screen. Another problem is that the image of siblings in Bollywood changes over time and becomes fashionable, but Bollywood’s relationship with Rakshabandhan remains. Ahead of Rakshabandhan, let’s talk about films based on the love of a brother and sister.


This film is about an unusual boy in a remote town who is deaf and mute but dreams of becoming a cricketer. Her younger sister works as a translator, misses her school, finds a teacher for her, and helps Sim around the clock until she becomes a member of the national cricket team. This film shows that you can find a companion in your brother or sister when no one in the world understands you and your feelings.


Sarabjit is based on the true story of Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh in Pakistan and his sister’s struggle to get him out. Sarabjit was captured by the Pakistani army and branded a spy after accidentally crossing the Indo-Pakistani border. The story is based on the life of his sister Dalbir Kaur, who did everything to get her brother out of a Pakistani prison. This is a heartbreaking story about a brother and sister; This film is worth watching because of the brilliant performances of Randip Huda and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.


Dhanak is a beautiful Bollywood movie that feels good. It’s about a girl who takes her blind brother on a journey through Rajasthan so he can treat his eyes. These two child stars put on a brilliant performance in this film, showing the innocence of country boys and the unique courage to travel alone in the desert.

My Brother Nikhil:

The film examines contemporary realities and social change, which are still taboo for most Indians. This is the story of Nikhil, a skilled swimmer and one of his beloved family, who discovers one fine morning that he is HIV positive. Soon every relationship, even with his parents, is worsened by nightmares. Anamika, the loyal older sister played by Juhi Chawla, helps Nikhil accept and experience the effects of illness until his death. This film gives the true meaning of the secular quote – “Till death do us part.”


Shah Rukh Khan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan come from a Catholic-Christian family and are a very close brother and sister duo who can rely on each other every minute of making decisions. As an older brother and sister, the same Shah Rukh who was notorious for being mischievous throughout the city was the most protective and possessive older brother imaginable. This film leaves a very integral lesson for the siblings. That’s right – a possessive but indestructible bond between siblings.

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