Why should boys have all the fun?
Starry folk have decided that girls can wear rakhis too!
Taapsee Pannu with sister Shagun join the sister squad!
'Coz Raksha toh hum bhi ek doosre ki karte hi hai. #HappyRakshabandhan PS- @evaniapannu Ki rakhi is making up for her absence,' Taapsee writes.
Kriti Sanon ties a rakhi to her sister Nupur.
'I remember the moment i held you for the first time.. or maybe I've just made my own version of that memory in my head.'
'I felt you were so precious that I needed to hold you correctly with utmost care and love.. Protect you, make you smile..giggle..'
'Never missed having a brother.. Because I knew I got my best friend for life.. I knew you had the ability to make me smile in my lowest moments (and annoy me in seconds too!) Love you Nups!!
'May you always laugh like a kid! You are my forever favourite and I'll always have your back! No matter what!'
Aahana Kumra's sister Shivani ties her a rakhi.
'The one who believes in me. The one who holds my hand when I feel lost!' Aahana writes.
'We were often called twins but that's because I always copied everything you do! Because you're so damn cool!'
'Thanks @shivanikumrafitness for being my rakshak and this raksha bandhan although it rained during our little home photo shoot we still loved every bit of dressing up and posing apart from all our cooking and working out....hey but that's what sister's do!! Everything awesome!!''
Zarine Khan shows off her rakhi, tied by her sister.
Deepti Tulli ties a rakhi to Warina Hussain.
Tanishaa Mukerji shares a picture with Kajol and writes, 'Happy rakshabandhan to my sisters who have always protected me! The strongest most beautiful women in my life. I love u!'
Pranutan tells her sister Krishaa Bahl that she's 'forever by your side.'
Keerty Suresh with sister Revathy.