Some movies are good, but some are truly memorable. What better way to celebrate Rakhi than by spending time with her. Watch a movie or two together, while having a slice of delicious red velvet cake or a home cooked special meal prepared by your mother on the eve of Rakhi.
Here are some of the memorable rakhi movies that you both can watch together-
Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na
Happy moments, sad moments, heart breaks, and laughter, every little thing that makes up life is in this movie. It is something to always be remembered for ages to come.
With a star-studded cast of talented Imran Khan and Genelia D’Souza, along with a marvelous music track composed by the legendary composer, A.R.Rahman, this movie is a masterpiece. A testament to how much a friend or a sibling can mean to another person.
No matter where you are from, or what your origin is, a bond between a brother and sister is timeless. This is what this movie depicts, spreading the evergreen message that “love and family conquers all”.
With a cast of talented actors, namely, Shah Rukh Khan, Sharad Kapoor, and Aishwariya Rai, this is one of those timeless movies that you have to see, and better yet, with your sweet sister.
Hum Saath Saath Hai
With numerous positive reviews and overwhelming responses from movie critics all over India, this movie was one of the top Bollywood blockbusters for almost a year.
A heart touching tale of 3 brothers, and one sister, the story revolves on the familial bond and unity that bound them together in spite of the circumstances. How loyalty and dedication to one’s family comes above all else, and why it should be treasured by all, forms the crux of the story in this movie, a true rakhi classic.
Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya
This movie shows the dedication of a brother to the well-being of his beloved sister. No matter how far apart they are, the brother will always have her back. With a; legendary performance by Dharmendra, this movie is truly one that will always stay in your and your sister’s heart.
The story of this movie focuses on two brothers, who are not related by blood, but rather by heart. An unconventional take on Rakhi, but of no less significance to this momentous occasion.
This movie puts emphasis on the notion that a queen does not need a king to be complete. It is about a simple girl about to tie the knot with a man in an arranged marriage. Unfortunately, her fiancé and husband-to-be decides that she is not worth his time and goes abroad, leaving her.
Dismayed, but not broken down, she takes a honeymoon trip to Europe, while being single and unmarried, breaking the age-old shackles. She is supported by her younger brother, who shares the same sentiment.
This film is about how the team of an iron-willed woman and her equally strong brother prevailed against all injustices in the end.
From watching these movies on rakhi with your sister, while imbibing sweets with rakhi that your sister had ordered online in india with the rakhi, to any just seeing them with her, nothing delights a sister more than a fine movie, some sweets, and of course, your company.