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Women’s Day Special: 7 Women-centric movies to MUST watch on this special day!

Bollywood always gives us many romantic, comedy, action thriller movies that mainly represent men. But nowadays we see many films came where women portrayed the lead role in the movie. The audience likes such a kind of movie and also gets inspired by it. On the occasion of Woman’s Day, we came up with such Woman-centric movies which give a strong message to society. You can watch these movies today or any day because every day is Women’s Day.

1) Mary Kom:
The film follows boxing champion Mary Kom on her journey. Priyanka Chopra plays an Indian fighter who has won numerous international awards for her country. The biopic describes the challenges that the Indian boxer faced during her career, as well as her triumphant return after a few years of marriage and children. Throughout the film, Mary Kom’s successful journey against all difficulties is represented.

Mary Kom: Women's Day
Mary Kom: Women’s Day

2) Raazi:
When it comes to patriotic films, Bollywood may have adopted a one-size-fits-all strategy. But Meghna Gulzar defied expectations by giving us Raazi, a story that demonstrated that bravery is not determined by gender and that even the most loyal troops pay a price for their patriotism.

Raazi-Women's Day
Raazi-Women’s Day

3) Queen:
Queen follows the life of Rani, a young girl played by Kangana Ranaut. she broke down when her fiance Vijay calls off the wedding. The simple small-town girl is broken and decides to go to Paris on her own for her honeymoon. She makes new friends, visits new locations, and returns to her hometown a more confident person. Rani eventually has the strength to live her life on her terms.

Queen-Women's Day
Queen-Women’s Day

4) English Vinglish:
This Gauri Shinde’s film from 2012 showed how homemakers are frequently left out of talks, insulted by their own children and husbands, and undermined and undervalued inside the very family groupings that they have spent their life nurturing. The late Sridevi beautifully portrays how the protagonist Shashi regains her self-confidence by enrolling in an English-speaking course. Adil Hussain, Mehdi Nebbou, and Priya Anand also starred in the film.

English Vinglish-Women's Day
English Vinglish-Women’s Day

5) Tumhari Sulu:
Sulochana nicknamed Sulu, an ambitious housewife, seeks to become self-sufficient by landing a job as a night show radio jockey. Her burgeoning profession, however, encounters a snag when her faceless celebrity is viewed as a reason for her domestic life to go haywire and a way to shirk her parental responsibilities.

Tumhari Sulu-Women's Day
Tumhari Sulu-Women’s Day

6) Mardaani:
Rani Mukerji made a comeback in the industry with Mardaani in 2014. Rani played Shivani Shivaji Roy, a Mumbai-based senior inspector on the lookout for a girl who uncovers a Delhi-based child trafficking organization. Mardaani got positive reviews and viewers were moved by Rani Mukerji’s performance.

Mardaani-Women's Day
Mardaani-Women’s Day

7) The Sky Is Pink:
Priyanka Chopra has starred in many critically acclaimed films, but her portrayal as Aditi Chaudhary in ‘The Sky Is Pink’ has earned her appreciation and love. The ‘The Sky is Pink’ is an emotional viewing, as your heart breaks for the Chaudhary family and their determination to make every moment matter, despite their difficult situation.

The Sky Is Pink-Women's Day
The Sky Is Pink-Women’s Day

On this special day, we, Cine Talkers wish all the ladies, Happy Women’s Day!

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CT Team


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