A  near-miracle happened for Boney Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan’s family this Raksha Bandhan. All of their children  from their  two marriages  have now come together  as one family. The  process  of rapprochement and reconciliation started  some time ago. But this Raksha Bandhan it warmed the hearts  of their well-wishers friends and fans to see the children united as  siblings of one family.

For Boney Kapoor the process  of his children Arjun and Anshula  from his first marriage reaching out to his daughters  Janhvi and Khushi  from his second marriage, began soon after  Janhvi and  Khushi’s  mother, the legendary Sridevi passed away suddenly. Boney’s eldest born Arjun immediately took charge  of  his father and  his step-sisters.

And now  barely five months later on Raksha Bandhan ‘Arjun Bhaiya’ beamed brightly as his  three sisters tied a rakhee on his wrist. Sooraj Barjatya  couldn’t have scripted a better family reunion.

“It made Boney very  emotional  to see  Arjun  playing brother to all his three sisters this  Raksha  Bandhan. Now the entire family will move to one home very shortly,” a source close to Boney Kapoor told this writer.

With Saif Ali Khan’s children Ebrahim and Sara from his first wife Amrita Singh, it wasn’t  easy to  make  a move towards accepting their  step brother Taimur, no matter how adorable he  may be to the rest  of the world. A  very close  family friend explains the complexities  of the sibling dynamics in Saif Ali Khan’s family.  “You must understand that Saif was  not around for his elder son and daughter. Ebrahim and Sara virtually grew up as children  of a single mother. But now Saif is equally close to Sara and Ebrahim as he is to baby Taimur. It has taken them some time to  come to terms  with the new family equation in their  life.  But Saif’s two elder ones are now finally at peace with the  existence of their kid brother.”

To see Boney Kapoor’s and Saif Ali Khan’s children  so harmoniously bonded this Raksha Bandhan is  a living manifestation  of  the  old adage, time mends all bridges.




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