Women’s Day: Watch out 5 all-time best performances by Bollywood Queens

In India, they are fondly called as ‘Maa’, ‘Didi’, ‘Aunty’, ‘Daadi’, and they are the only ones who selflessly take care of our demands. So, on this special ocassion of International Women’s Day, let’s tribute women all over the world by remembering the most influential performances in Bollywood by lady leads and message spread by them through their movies

Vidya Balan in Kahaani

Despair, Distress, Aggression, Loneliness, Adrift, are the different phases that a woman needs to face in this bitter world to fight her way out.  The film depicts the story of  Vidya, who is on a mission to find her lost husband. In the end, she comes out as victorious. The movie inspires women to be the hero of their own life.

Kangana Ranaut in Queen:

Remember the shy girl, Rani of Queen.  Well! Every young Indian girl can connect to the character played by Kangana. The movie displays the transformation of an innocent girl to a liberated woman. Moreover, the film is a great inspiration for every girl who desires to come out of their shell and experience the varieties of life.

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Rani Mukherjee in Black

Rani Mukherjee gave one of the finest performances of her career in the  Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s directorial  Black. The film displays the struggles faced by a deafblind girl. The movie is an inspiration to many disabled people who aspire to achieve their dreams.


Nargis  Dutt in Mother India

Nargis role as Radha in the film Mother India is considered as one of the influential female characters in the history of Indian cinema. She portrays the story of a strong-willed woman who is sacrificing as well as forgiving like a typical Indian mother.

Sridevi in English Vinglish

In her first film, Director Gauri Shinde had surprised her audience by narrating the problems faced by an Indian housewife. The movie shows the struggles faced by a mother in her in day-to-day life for not knowing a language. Finally, she accepts the challenge and comes out as a winner.

We wish all the women, Happy Women’s Day and thank them for being a part our life.


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