Multilayers with nanostructured thin films of Bi0.9La0.1Fe0.9Co0.1O3-BiFeO3 (BLFCO-BFO) were grown on Zn0.91Mn0.09O (ZMO) buffered Si (100) substrate by chemical solution deposition. Structural analysis indicates that rhombohedral crystal structure of BFO, changes to orthorhombic for BLFCO film. Increased ferroelectric saturation and reduced leakage current were obtained for bi-layered and four-layered thin films and are compared with those of BFO and BLFCO thin films.Improvement in ferroelectric properties, as well as induced ferromagnetism was enhanced for four-layered thin films than two-layered thin films. The interface coupling and interaction between the thin layers has led to the resultant improvements. Highly enhanced ferroelectric fatigue properties are observed in these multilayer films up to 10 8 switching cycles.