That day of the year is finally here – when all the sibling fights are forgotten and you appreciate them and shower them with a whole lot of love. Bhai Dooj calls for a whole lot of quality time with your sibling and if your idea of quality time includes binge watching a lot of shows, here are some you can pick which celebrate the bond at it’s finest.
1. The Pearson siblings – This Is Us, streaming on Hotstar
The Big Three from This Is Us are indeed #siblinggoals. Randall, Kate and Kevin are vastly different people with vastly different personalities who have one thing in common – they grew up with the same pair of the loveliest parents. As they navigate whatever life throws at them, they often quarrel, disagree but they never lose sight of the fundamental truth – they are family. This Is Us is one of the finest celebrations of not just siblinghood but love on the whole.
2. Ross and Monica – Friends, streaming on Netflix
Friends has so many things to love about it – and one of them is definitely Ross and Monica Geller. The siblings actually grow through the ten years of the show and it’s wonderful to see them not just being family, but also being really close friends who would choose to keep each other’s company. Whether it’s their hilarious dance routine, preferential treatment from their parents – Ross and Monica ace through life, hand in hand.
3. Chandan, Chanchal and Chitvan – Tripling, streaming on TVFPlay
Probably our most favourite siblings in the Indian web space, Tripling is about three siblings who go on a road trip together. What makes them different is that they are not conventionally close, but when the going gets tough, they are truly joint at the hip. The banter between the siblings which goes from abuses at one minute to breaking out into laughter the next, these siblings will definitely remind you of your own.
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