Check out all these lovely on-screen best friends that gave us major friendship goals.

Romantic pairs on-screen go on to become a crowd favourite with people wanting to be them or like them. However, over the years, various TV and web-series have introduced us to a number of great on-screen best friends that everyone loved equally or more than the lead pair. It would not be wrong to say that it was these bromances and friendships between characters that made these shows more interesting.

Watching these friends goof around at times and stand by their besties during difficulties has made our hearts melt. While the lead may have problems in their romantic life, all they need is that best bud and wingman who can shake things up for them. These on-screen buds have been able to remind us what we love the most about our friends. It is usually these relationships that manage to bring in laughter and joy in the whole show. There have been a bunch of such on-screen best friends who graced our binge-session and made us want to be part of their crazy group.

Take a look at these on-screen best friends:

Tara & Karan – Made in Heaven

Srikant Tiwari & JK Talpade – Family Man

Sartaj & Katekar – Sacred Games

Harshal & Shakky – Yeh Meri Family

Sabbu, Kiara & Maggu – Engineering Girls

Radhika Khanna & Dingo – Ladies Room

Ray Madhav & Nikhat Rizvi – Adulting

Mohammad Haris & Anirban Guha Thakurta – Baked

Umag & Siddhi – Four More Shots Please

Sherlock Holmes & John Watson – Sherlock

Leslie Knope & Ann Perkins – Parks and Recreation

Meredith & Cristina – Grey’s Anatomy

Joey & Chandler – Friends

Jake Peralta and Charles Boyle — Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Lily Aldrin and Robin Scherbatsky — How I Met Your Mother

Ragnar Lothbrok & Floki – Vikings

Jane Villanueva and Petra Solano — Jane the Virgin

Harvey Specter and Michael Ross — Suits

Otis Milburn & Eric Effiong – Sex Education

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