In India, Rakshabandhan is a revered holiday that honors the enduring ties that bind brothers and sisters. The better way to celebrate this lovely relationship than to lose yourself in the warm world of timeless Bollywood films that so beautifully capture sibling relationships.
Explore the enthralling world of vintage Bollywood films this Rakshabandhan to experience the true meaning of sibling love, sacrifice, and friendship. So gather your loved ones, open some popcorn, and watch these classic Bollywood films while making lifelong memories. Cheers to Raksha Bandhan!
1. Hare Rama Hare Krishna (1971)
Hare Rama Hare Krishna, Dev Anand and Zeenat Aman play siblings. The film’s main topic is the love between siblings, and Prashant’s quest to attempt to save his sister is heartwarming. Born into the Jaiswal family of Montreal, the song “Phoolon Ka Taaron Ka,” still a popular Raksha Bandhan song, elegantly captures the relationship between siblings. The best film about siblings from the 1970s is this one.
2. Deewaar (1975)
Shashi Kapoor and Amitabh Bachchan play brothers in the 1975 film Deewaar. They are raised by their mother when their father abandons them. The oldest, Vijay Verma (Amitabh Bachchan), turns to crime.Both brothers are adamant that they are living their lives in the proper manner. One of the best movies ever made featuring siblings who fought to the bitter end. This film about siblings is not to be missed because of the amazing acting and memorable lines like “Mere paas maa hai.”
3. Hum Saath-Saath Hain” (1999):
This family drama is a touching account of sibling love and unity. The story centers on the struggles of a united family, highlighting the value of harmony among siblings. Along with other significant family members, it includes three brothers and their sister. Vivek Chaturvedi (Mohnish Behl), Prem Chaturvedi (Salman Khan), and Vinod Chaturvedi (Saif Ali Khan) are the three brothers. Neelam Kothari plays Sangeeta Chaturvedi, their sister. The siblings play a key role in the tale despite the fact that the movie is primarily on the struggles a joint family faces.
4. Agneepath (2012)
The big-budget action movie Agneepath is produced by Dharma. The film’s protagonist, Vijay Deenanath Chauhan, is portrayed by Hrithik Roshan. Shiksha Chauhan, who is played by Kanika Tiwari, is his younger sister, over whom Vijay is exceedingly protective. Vijay stays at his sister’s side even when they start to drift apart. The moment in which Rauf Lala (Rishi Kapoor) tries to sell Shiksha is one of the most memorable in the movie. As Vijay battles with an entire army of warriors to defend his sister, viewers can now understand just how much he loves her.
5. Kai Po Che! Brothers…For Life (2013)
A political action theme is present in the sports play Koi Po Che! Brothers… For Life. Abhishek Kapoor is in charge of directing the picture. In the movie, siblings Sushant Singh Rajput (Ishaan Bhatt) and Amrita Puri (Vidya Bhatt) are featured. This movie is among the better ones with siblings at the center because of the pair’s superb acting. In this movie about three best friends and their passion for the game of cricket, Ishaan is Vidya’s older brother. Ishaan guards his sister fiercely. The audience sees that Ishaan’s only concern is protecting his sister from harm. The performances in this movie are everything. For those individuals alone, particularly for the acting of the late Sushant Singh Rajput.