Abhishek Bachchan & Shweta Bachchan Nanda
This sibling duo is special because a housewife, and a mother of two, Shweta is the darling of everyone in her family, especially her younger brother, Abhishek. She may not make frequent appearances at events, neither has too many pictures taken, but she is definitely the apple of his eye.
Hrithik Roshan & Sunaina Roshan
Shah Rukh Khan & Shehnaz Lalarukh Khan
The elder sister of Bollywood's King Khan is barely seen onscreen, neither is she spoken of much, but since his early childhood, Shah Rukh's strength comes from his sister, Shehnaz. The duo lost their parents at a young age, therefore, Shah Rukh always found his sister his support system and he, himself, has always been the caring younger brother to her. Recently, Shehnaz was spotted with Shah Rukh and his family at the Mannat Eid event.
Farah Khan & Sajid Khan
Farah, the famous choreographer-turned-director who has made a name for herself in Bollywood, and Sajid, an acclaimed director, can regularly be spotted at events and parties. Although Sajid could not level up to gain success as an actor, his collaboration with Farah brought about some hit films such Main Hoon Na and Om Shanti Om.
Saif Ali Khan & Soha Ali Khan
Children to veteran actress Sharmila Tagore, this lovely duo share a very fond relationship with one another. Both have gone different ways when it comes to their careers; Saif has carved a noticeable name and place for himself in Tinsel Town, while Soha still struggles to climb the ladder of success. Above all, these two are spotted together many times at events and their bonding is evident.
Farhan Akhtar & Zoya Akhtar
Born to the famous lyricist, Javed Akhtar, this is Bollywood's most talented siblings duo. If there is anything these two have in abundance, it is success in films, one after another. Be it Zoya's direction of Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, or Farhan's Dil Chahta Hai, there isn't a movie produced or directed by either of the two which has gone missed at the box-office.
Ekta Kapoor & Tusshar Kapoor