A salute from #Eventznu on this wonderful day to our Bold Beautiful Bollywood Actresses who made a stand out, broke all the stereotypes of being Indian Naari by making big differences and giving out society new message. These 5 Bold Beautiful Bollywood Actresses are the real gem whom we should wish Happy International Women’s Day/#IWD2016.
There are B-town woman who have chased their dreams, stood against the society and made their voices heard; without worrying about the pressure they would have to face from the society they live in. They went ahead by believing in themselves and defied the stereotypes which are existing in the society since ages.
Here are these 5 Bollywood Actresses we look up.
Unlike her peers who at 20 married a nice guy and settled; she decided she would marry only when she would fell the right time for her. She broke the stereotype of not marrying at an early age and that if you don’t marry early you will not find a nice guy. She found her life partner on social media at the age of 60 and then married later. Love and Marriage has not set age limit for her.
Every girl dream to reach at the top ladder when they make a Bollywood entry and Sushmita Sen was one among these who was bagged with Miss Universe 1994 and could have really made good career. When rest of her colleagues where focusing on their career in Bollywood, she at the age of 25 adopted her first daughter. She had to face a lot of problem from the society, but she did not let any societal pressure affect her. Ten years later she adopted her second daughter.
Nandita Das run the campaign called ‘Dark is Beautiful’ against the toxic belief that a person’s worth is measured by the fairness of their skin. Media started writing articles on me with words using ‘dark and dusky actress’ because being dark is considered such an aberration”, says Indian actress Nandita Das. When she became a new rising star in the B-town, she realized that because of her dark complexion she was expected to play low class roles or girl from rural village. She was even told to lighter her skin color to get some high class role. She took a stand against Bollywood and started ‘Dark is Beautiful’ an awareness campaign that seeks to draw attention to the unjust effects of skin color bias and also celebrates the beauty and diversity of all skin tones.
Apart from playing some bold and intense roles in movies like Margarita With A Straw, The Girl in the Yellow Boots and Shanghai. She not only broke the stereotype woman, but also re-established individuality of gender; not only in the movies, but in real life too. She chose to spread message through her mono-acting and poetry to speak for women’s right and also against the media, which has always objectified a woman. Way to go girl!!
This stunning lady was at the peak of her career and without any second thoughts she adopted two daughters at the age of 21. They were her distant cousin’s daughter’s who fell on hard times. Recently, she got one of her daughter married and settled, like a true caring and loving mom.