Bhartiya Naari Sab Par Bhari

Bhartiya Naari Sab Par Bhari

The percentage of Independent women in India is growing as they are getting more passionate about their dreams, they are acknowledging the fact that their opinions need to be heard and thus they have complete control over their lives.

Few Indian women who left an impression on the society with the way they handled life and society.

Kalki Koechlin

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Yes the girl in Yellow Boots and the one who acted in Margarita with a Straw. In every movie, she tried to break the stereotypes surrounding women and made an attempt to establish an identity for herself. Besides acting in movies which have strong messages to give to the public, she has spoken about women’s rights through her poetry and plays.

Sampat pal Devi

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She is the one who started Gulaabi Gang. The motive of the gang is to beat the abusive husbands with laathis until they give up their habit of beating their wives. Gulabi Gang is famous for helping in ending domestic violence up to a great level.

Sushmita Sen

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The beautiful Indian actress who prefer to chose a different path than other actresses. She adopted first girl child when she was just 25 and after 10 years she adopted another girl.

Ishita Malaviya

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The girl who dared to explore the area which is otherwise considered as a male dominant area. She is the first female surfer of India who preferred to go and explore the beaches instead of sitting at home. She is only 25.

Roshni Sharma

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Roshni Sharma is an engineer by profession who followed her passion of travelling on bike from Kanyakumari to Leh. She has conquered the fears and has crossed mighty Himalayan Mountains, difficult terrains of Sarchu, Pang and glaciers. She is the first Indian women who traced the length and breadth of the country on bike.

Sunitha Krishnan

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Sunitha is a bold and fearless woman who is an inspiration for every woman. She was gang-raped when she was 16. Such incidents often push people into depression mode but she was one courageous soul who started an NGO to rehabilitate sex trafficked women. Life is not easy for her, she has received several death threats but she is still working for the cause.

Neena Gupta

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She is one of the most talented females in the industry and in 80s she was one among few women who raised their raised without anybody’s help. She was in relationship with West Indies cricketer Sir Vivian Richards and gave birth to two children but the relationship never materialised into wedlock so being a single mother she happily raised her children.

Shabana Azmi

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She is one of the headstrong actresses in the Bollywood. She rose to prominence with the strong roles played by her in movies like Fire where she portrayed women in a bold way. She never shies away and speaks about women’s rights at every award functions.

Iron Lady of Manipur

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Sharmila is the civil rights activist from Manipur who is protesting against Armed Forces Special Powers Act. She is on fast from last 14 years and is labelled as the Iron Lady of Manipur.

Konkana Sen Sharma

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The bold actress who gave statements about her pregnancy before tying knot with Ranbir Shorey stunned everyone. She charmed everyone with her performances in Traffic Signal, wake up Sid, 15 Park Avenue and Amu.

 

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