Bhai Dooj 2018: Bollywood's Brother-Sister Jodis Who Give Us #SiblingGoals

Now that we are done with the festivities of Diwali, let's take a look at the next celebration on the cards - Bhai Dooj. It's one of the most important festivals of the year. Here's bringing you 5 bhai-behen jodis of Bollywood, who give us sibling goals

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Bhai Dooj 2018: Bollywood's Brother-Sister Jodis Who Give Us #SiblingGoals
The festival of Bhai Dooj celebrates the unbreakable bond between a brother and his sister. There may be fights and arguments- but your sibling will, more often than not, stand by you. Bollywood has plenty of brother-sister duos who share such an enviable bond. Here's a list of such siblings who set an example of a strong brother-sister relationship.

We like to pen about such duos on Raksha Bandhan. But how can Bhai Dooj be far behind? We have Saif Ali Khan-Soha, Farhan Akhtar-Zoya, Tusshar Kapoor-Ekta, Shahid Kapoor-Sanah, Saqib Saleem-Huma Qureshi. They have never let each other down and are very protective about each other. Today, they must be be celebrating- no prizes for guessing that. And who knows, you might have those pictures flooding the social media soon.

Saif Ali Khan-Soha Ali Khan

The Pataudi siblings have been in films for quite some time. While Saif's first outing was Parampara (1992), his younger sister made her debut with a Bangla movie Iti Srikanta (2004). Saif, who didn't enjoy a great run initially, became a force to reckon with after Dil Chahta Hai (2001). Soha is extremely selective and most of her films have been recived critical acclaim. However, we still haven't seen the two together on the screen.

Zoya Akhtar-Farhan Akhtar
Zoya Akthar And Farhan Akthars Picture From A Show

Farhan and Zoya are among Bollywood's most talented brother-sister jodis. The former began his film career by directing Dil Chahta Hai (2001). After directing films like Lakshya (2004) and Don (2006), he turned actor with Rock On!! (2008). Zoya assisted her younger brother on movies like DCH and Lakshya before going solo as a director with Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011).

Ekta Kapoor-Tusshar Kapoor

When veteran actor Jeetendra launched Balaji Telefilms, little did he know that it will change the face of Indian television, courtesy daughter Ekta. She began by producing super hit serials like Hum Paanch, and moved on to 'K' shows- Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Th, Kasautii Zindagi Kay, Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii and Kahiin Toh Hoga. Tusshar made a successful debut with Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai (2001) and most popular for his role of Lucky in Rohit Shetty's Golmaal series.

Huma Qureshi-Saqib Saleem
Huma Qureshi And Saqib Saleem Poses For The Camera

Saqib Saleem made his debut as an actor with Yash Raj Films' Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge (2011). He has also worked in Karan Johar's production venture, Bombay Talkies (2013). Didi Huma Qureshi's first film was Gangs Of Wasseypur (2012). Since then, she has worked in quite a few films, including Dedh Ishqiya (2014), Ek This Daayan (2015), Jolly LLB 2 (2017) amongst many others.

Shahid Kapoor-Sanah Kapoor
Shahid Kapoor And Sanah Kapoor Are All Smiles

Shahid Kapoor has been winning our hearts since the past many years. His little sister Sanah Kapoor made her B-Town debut in 2015 with Shandaar, which also featured Shahid in the lead role opposite Alia Bhatt. Although the two weren't playing brother-sister in the film, they looked very cute together in every frame they shared. And to top it all, the song Gulabo which featured the two together, was a chartbuster.

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