When You Miss Your Sister | Ft. Kritika Avasthi & Gagan Arora | Alright!

Anjali and her mom decided to prank Ankush, but little did they know that things would turn out for the worst. Catch Gagan Arora and Kritika Avasthi playing brother and sister in our all-new video, “When You Miss Your Sister.” Celebrate Rakshabandhan with this fun-filled video, where gifting is made special by Panasonic.
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As many of us are stuck in different cities away from home, this Raksha Bandhan might not be the same as it uses to be but, this doesn’t make it any less special. Those rituals, little fights, negotiation of shagun, are all going to be celebrated differently this time. So if this Raksha Bandhan, you are also away from your #sibling then, all you need to do is share this video with them to express your love.

This time Alright, along with Panasonic, brings you a rakhi special video, When You Miss Your Sister, which is a story of every millennial sibling. This video starring Kritika Avasthi and Gagan Arora is dedicated to all the brothers and sisters who are #celebrating this #RakshaBandhan virtually away from each other. Happy Raksha Bandhan. For more such relatable and entertaining stories from Alright subscribe to our channel:

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More about the actors
Kritika Avasthi: #KritikaAvasthi is an actress, known for Girlsplaining, Girl in the City and Engineering Girls. She has done various videos with Alright as well including Thoughts during Suhagraat, Couples during the honeymoon, friend with benefits, and many more. To know more about Kritika follow her on Instagram as well:

Gagan Arora: Gagan Arora is an Indian actor, theatre actor, photographer as well as an assistant director. #GaganArora has worked with several YouTube channels like Alright! , Filtercopy, RVCJ Media, The Timeliners, and many more. He is famous for his roles in College Romance and Ujda Chaman. If you love watching The Timeliners, Filtercopy, The Viral Fever then you would definitely love watching Gagan Arora on Alright! Follow Gagan Arora on Instagram to know more about him:

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