Saif and Soha Ali Khan: After the initial struggle, Saif has turned himself into one of the most bankable actors in Bollywood even as Soha continues to strive for success
Karisma and Kareena Kapoor: The former was a successful star in the 90s and the latter is ruling the roost today
Salman, Sohail and Arbaaz Khan: Although not as successful as elder brother Salman, Arbaaz and Sohail have made their own contributions to Bollywood with directing and production
Kajol and Tanishaa: Kajol is among Bollywood's most versatile actresses while Tanishaa failed to make it big
Shilpa and Shamita Shetty: The former tasted moderate success in the 90s before shifting focus to non-filmi stuff. Shamita's acting career failed to take off. She has since appeared in reality TV shows like 'Bigg Boss' and 'Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Reloaded'
Malaika Arora and Amrita Arora Ladak: It is a well known fact that like every elder sister, Malaika too has a strong backing in Amrita's career. While Malaika established her name as top item girl of Bollywood, Amrita too has had considerable number of films to her credit
Ekta and Tusshar Kapoor: The sister is a highly successful TV and film producer, while the brother is a moderately successful actor
Saqib Saleem-Huma Qureshi: Both kick-started their on-screen careers by appearing in commercials. While Huma Qureshi forayed into Bollywood with 'Gangs of Wasseypur' in 2012, Saqib Saleem made his debut in 2011 with 'Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge'. The brother-sister duo shared screen space for the first time in the adaptation of Hollywood horror movie 'Oculus'
Farah and Sajid Khan: Both share a love for dance and have relied on each other. They also love making the same kind of masala films
Akshaye and Rahul Khanna: The elder of the two, Rahul Khanna, started his career as a VJ with MTV in 1994. He went on to act in films like '1947: Earth', 'Love Aaj Kal' and 'Wake Up Sid'. Rahul is known for his suave sense of style. Akshaye Khanna, who made his debut in a forgettable 'Himalay Putra', has films like 'Border', 'Taal', 'Dil Chahta Hai', 'Humraaz' and 'Gandhi, My Father' to his credit. Akshaye is all set to make a comeback in Rohit Dhawan's 'Dishoom' where he is touted to play a baddie
Farhan and Zoya Akhtar: While Farhan is a noted actor-director-producer, Zoya has made a name for herself by directing the critically-acclaimed films 'Luck By Chance' and 'Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara'
Riya and Raima Sen: Both sisters are completely in contrast. The party-loving Riya and the demure and calm Raima may not have been in the Bollywood big leagues but have made their mark nevertheless
Sonakshi and Luv Sinha: Sonakshi has entered the big league, but Luv is waiting for a chance post the debacle of his debut 'Sadiyaan'
Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle: The former was referred to as the Don Bradman of Bollywood and the latter as the Gary Sobers. Need we say anymore?
Shilpa Shirodkar-Namrata Shirodkar: Shilpa and her sister, Namrata Shirodkar, started their careers together, but Shilpa started with films and Namrata with modelling; and by the time Namrata became an actress, Shilpa had quit. Namrata Shirodkar, who was crowned Miss India in 1993, largely appeared in supporting roles in films like 'Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai', 'Astitva', 'Pukar', 'Hera Pheri' and 'Vaastav'.
Anil, Boney and Sanjay Kapoor: Anil and Sanjay made it big as actors and Boney is a successful producer
Ameesha and Ashmit Patel: After a few hiccups, Ameesha is looking to get back in the big league. Ashmit has shifted focus to hosting reality TV shows
Sunny and Bobby Deol: Sunny is known for his 'Dhai Kilo Ka Haath' image which is in complete contrast to Bobby, who is known to portray suave characters
Farah Naaz and Tabu: Farah did a number of successful movies in the 80 and 90s even as Tabu remains a critically-acclaimed star of today's times
Nutan and Tanuja: Both were popular actresses of their time although Nutan tasted more success
Raj, Shammi and Shashi Kapoor: The most famous brother trio, Raj (standing middle) was the showman, Shammi (standing right) the eccentric lover boy and Shashi (sitting right, and the only one still alive) the charming hero
From Kapoors to Khans to Aroras, here's a look at Bollywood's most famous siblings
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