Aman Verma: My sister Gowrie lives in Kolkata. She has couriered me a rakhi. I always send her money. She is two years younger to me and I have fond memories of growing up together.
Sargun Mehta: My brother Pulkit is just a year younger and lives in Chandigarh. I have sent him a rakhi by courier. He is sending my gift with mum who is coming to Mumbai soon.
Hiten Tejwani has no sister so his bua and maasi tie him a rakhi. One of his pals from his college days whom he considers as his sister drops in at his place. Hiten says, “I miss having a sister.”
Manish Naggdev: My sister Kiran is extremely chilled out. She is five years younger to me. I am giving her a wrist watch, perfume and cosmetics. I also plan to take her out for dinner.
Sambhavna Seth: I am celebrating Rakhi with my brothers Sarvaswa and Swapan in Mount Abu. The best memory is when they gifted me a diamond ring three years back.
Preet Mulani: My brother Aamir is 11 years younger to me and is studying in Pune. I have sent him a rakhi. He gives me whatever he can with his pocket money. When I was in class seven, he joined the same school in nursery, and his class used to start from my break time. I used to wait to see him.
Munisha Khatwani: My brother Sohal is in Melbourne. I have couriered him a rakhi and he has sent me money. He is getting married in Bali in November. I am waiting for his big day.