From Shah Rukh Khan to Priyanka Chopra: 5 instances B-town celebs hailed girls empowerment

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Women empowerment quotes by B-town celebs& 

Over the previous decade, the dialogue over “women’s rights” has change into of utmost significance. The society has not solely realised that each one genders are chargeable for equal rights however many have additionally raised their voice to assist girls all over the world get the identical standing as males. Tomorrow, on March 8, folks internationally will have a good time International Women’s Day.

Back in 1909, Women’s Day was first celebrated in New York. In the next yr, German revolutionary Clara Zetkin proposed that March Eight needs to be honoured as a day yearly in reminiscence of working girls. Since then, March Eight is well known as International Women’s Day. 

When it involves girls’s rights and ladies empowerment, Bollywood celebrities are sometimes seen sharing their opinion about the identical. Listed beneath are 5 quotes on girls empowerment by B-town celebs. 

Priyanka Chopra throughout an interplay with PTI stated, “Gender equality and women empowerment are global issues. Every country has its cultural problems. But women’s health and women’s rights are global problems. I live in America and in India as well. And because women are going through problems across the globe we have #MeToo campaign and women coming out. Women being vocal is still new to the world. As a society, we need to focus on what are we doing for our women and children.”

A few years in the past, Shah Rukh Khan had tweeted, “Often I wish I was a woman…then realise I don’t have enough guts, talent, sense of sacrifice, selfless love or beauty to be one. Thk u girls. In a tweet in 2016 (SIC).”  

For #VogueEmpower challenge, Deepika Padukone had featured in a video by Homi Adajania. In the identical, she might be heard saying, “It is my choice to live life the way I want, to wear clothes I like, to decide how I want my body to be, when I want to get married or if I ever want to walk down the aisle, to decide if I want to be straight or a lesbian…” 

Akshay Kumar, who typically talks about girls’s rights by his movies, instructed ETimes, “I have always been committed to pushing the woman empowerment agenda, as I have always believed in equality. When you have a canvas in hand as large and impactful as our cinema, I feel it’s our duty as actors to not only entertain our audiences but to be part of narratives which help give a message.”

Sonam Kapoor just lately featured on the duvet of Harper’s Bazaar Arabia and through her interplay with the journal, she stated, “You can’t just be the poor little rich girl or feel sorry for yourself – no. I have to make those harder choices and pave the way for other women after me. My whole team are women – and we need to lift each other up. There are thousands of years of patriarchy to cut through.” 

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