While we all share a love hate relationship with our siblings, it is totally justified to show them some love on this one day designated to them. The National Sibling’s Day was celebrated across the globe and the celebrities couldn’t help but appreciate and shower some love on their first best friends. Here’s a list of your favorite celebrities wishing their siblings on Instagram.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas
She has always been the perfect big sister to Siddharth Chopra and has never shied away from showing how she admired him on Instagram. Recently, she visited India for the Roka ceremony of her brother with her husband, Nick Jonas. She posted a picture with him and captioned it as, “This guy here is amazing.. full of life and ideas. My baby brother @siddharthchopra89 . Ure getting married to the beautiful @ishittaakumar and I can’t wait! I love you.. #happysiblingday @siddharthchopra89”
Kriti Sanon has always been super fond of her sister Nupur Sanon and the two are one of our favorite duos. While both the sisters look alike, they make sure to have their fashion game on point. Kriti posted a montage that included a few of their childhood pictures and it is adorable! Take a look.
Sara Ali Khan
Sara Ali Khan and Ibrahim Ali Khan are the accurate depiction of a brother-sister relationship. They manage to have each other’s backs and also pull each other’s legs just as much. Sara posted a couple of pictures one of them being from their childhood days where they are adorable touching each other’s cheeks.
Ranbir Kapoor and Riddhima Kapoor are literally the most good looking sibling’s duo in the industry and while Ranbir is not on social media, Riddhima took to her Instagram story to share a collage of the two being the most adorable geeks we have ever seen.
Bhumi Pednekar and her sister Samiksha Pednekar could easily be mistaken for being twins. The two look so similar and Bhumi shows that there is no better feeling than trolling your younger sibling. She posted a funny video on her Instagram from their vacation, take a look.
How did you wish your sibling? Do let us know.