A brother-sister bond is out of the world. One moment you find them trying to slit each other’s throat in anger for a bite of chocolate and the very next moment you may find them defending each other before a third person. Well, the day to celebrate this unique bond is finally here. Raksha Bandhan 2021 is on Sunday.

However, this Rakhi is going to be very different from the rest as you can not step out of the house for a movie or dinner because of social distancing. But don’t worry, you take care of your Rakhi, sweets, and gifts and we will sort out how to celebrate the day.

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Since going out is not a wise option, how about binge-watching a movie that may remind you of your sweet and sour relationship with the whole family. If what to watch is the concern, here we are with our binge list of Rakhi 2021. Let’s get started.

Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na

While for most people JTYJN is about the age-old love story between two best friends Jay and Aditi. Those who have siblings know that the best love story from the film was of Aditi and her brother.

Once used to be best friends, who fight like Tom and Jerry but stand by each other when the situation arises. Pratiek Babbar as Amit and Genelia Deshmukh as Aditi impeccably depicted the brother-sister bind in the movie.

Dil Dhadakne Do

Who doesn’t want a brother like Kabir Mehra, who not only respects the achievements and hard work of her sister but is ready to fight the world for her dignity. 

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Similarly, Aisha, beautifully played by Priyanaka Chopra, is the sister we all want. She fights for her brother, takes care of his relationships, and try to persuade the girl he loves when things go south. DDD is your go-to movie for this Rakhi.


This movie will make you laugh, cry and feel the pain but most importantly make you realise what a sister can do for her brother when the time comes.

The movie depicts the story of a Punjabi Man Srabjit who crosses the border and reaches Pakistan, where he is brutally tortured. It is her sister’s struggle that brings Sarbjit back.

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag

The film focuses on Indian Olympian Milkha Singh’s journey, but what touched viewers’ hearts is the bond between the sportsperson and his sister Isri Kaur, essayed flawlessly by Divya Dutta. Their unbreakable bond made us reach out for tissues.