The story helmed by visionary director
Subhash Ghai provides an in-depth perspective on the trials and travails of a brother and sister who face all their challenges together. The brother, the eponymous character, portrayed very well by
Shreyas Talpade, suffers from being deaf and mute, while aspiring to make it into the Indian Cricket Team. He is supported in his endeavours by Khadija, enacted by the amazing actress
Shweta Basu Prasad.
Bumm Bumm Bole
It was a remake of the Iranian movie Children of Heaven released in 2010. The story is depicted by Pinu (
Darsheel Safary) and Rimzim (
Ziyah Vastani). They struggle against the slew of challenges towering against them together as they attempt to hide their poverty from their classmates at school. The journey of the two innocent kids is both an entertaining and a heart-warming one.
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
The tale of how the affection and love endures between Isri Kaur and Milkha Singh despite the events leading up to and following the partition. The happiness and profound joy among them as they are reunited after being separated during the partition sets the stage for the athlete’s future achievements.
The movie sees
Shah Rukh Khan attempting to protect his sister, enacted by
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, by ensuring that she doesn’t fall in with the wrong crowd.
5. Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya
Arbaaz Khan and ‘
Dharmendra’, the movie sees Arbaaz as the brother of Kajol who incessantly worries about her choice of Salman as a life partner and wants to safeguard her from all kinds of harm.
The story has been modified from that of the 1990 original starring
Amitabh Bachchan to pique viewer’s interests and hold them all the way to the climax. The tale sees
Hrithik Roshan losing his sister and subsequently joining an underworld women and drug-trafficking outfit to locate her and eliminate the criminal organization with it.
7. Jaane Tu...Ya Jaane Na
Breaking general convention, the movie sees the sister, enacted in a great performance from
Genelia DSouza, to protect and care for her brother, played by
Prateik Babbar against the trials and tribulations that he faces.
8. My Brother...Nikhil
Depicting homosexuality and the social stigma surrounding AIDS, the movie explores these avenues and sees the elder sister Anamika (portrayed by
Juhi Chawla), who supports her brother Nikhil (enacted by
Sanjay Suri), as he battles both the physically and mentally debilitating disease of HIV. The movie came out in 2005.
Released in 2000, the movie follows the sister, Fiza, played by
Karisma Kapoor who relentlessly attempts to locate her brother who was lost during her childhood. She tries with great perseverance to find her brother Aman (depicted by Hrithik Roshan) in the fervent hopes that he may yet be alive.
Chup Chup Ke
Released in 2006, the film sees Mangal Singh Chauhan, the cousin of the deaf and mute girl Shruti, as he shields her from the sadness of the world and strives to find her a life partner who can love her despite her issues.
Kareena Kapoor Khan has acted well in the movie.