On August 22, India celebrates Raksha Bandhan, also known as Rakhi.
Although this charming celebration is traditionally associated with sisters tying a rakhi and asking their brothers to protect them, it is now more about evenly sharing love and respect for one another.
Siblings in Bollywood have close ties and haven’t worked together in a film yet, but their camaraderie can make one work.
Sara and Ibrahim, the children of Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh, are ideal for a comedy about two eccentric siblings.
Sara, according to their internet posts, enjoys annoying her younger brother, who adores her “knock-knock” pranks and their humorous dialogue.
Sara has already shown her acting prowess in Bollywood films, while Ibrahim will supposedly make his Netflix debut in Zoya Akhtar’s drama.
The story of Janhvi Kapoor, Khushi Kapoor, and their half-brother Arjun Kapoor’s lives is a movie in and of itself.
What if they make a family drama based on their experience?
It could depict how Janhvi and Arjun lost their mothers right before the release of their debut movie. And how, following Sridevi’s death, the United States actor took on the role of big brother.
In actuality, their friendship has grown stronger.
Shah Rukh Khan’s children are among those celebrity offspring who would make Student of the Year-style films look good.
Suhana Khan and Aryan Khan have the charisma to play such high-profile roles, but the latter has reportedly told his father that he wants to be a director, not an actor.
Suhana, on the other hand, will follow her father.
Shahid Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter are half-brothers, but they have always been close.
And their friendship is clear from their social media posts. Because they are both excellent actors, the combination would be ideal for a road trip adventure or a film about brothers.
Ishaan and Shahid have the potential to star in a family drama similar to Sidharth Malhotra’s Kapoor & Sons.
Fans have long wished for Kareena Kapoor Khan and Karisma Kapoor to collaborate on a film.
In reality, the two have previously said that they, too, would like to do the same, but have never received a solid script.
What if their BFF Karan Johar directs a Hum Saath Saath Hai-style film for them, starring their cousin Ranbir Kapoor?
It’ll be incredible!