Heres what the glam girls of Telly Land
have to say about Womens Day
have to say about Womens Day
Toral Rasputra aka Anandi of BalikaVadhu
“Women have the ability to give, share, bear, nurture, cook, and work while maintaining a level head on their shoulders. Even though we can be emotional at times, we have the unique ability to adjust to different circumstances. These days, most women manage work and family together – and they are great at doing it! Our nation has seen many successful women who have done wonders at work and personal life. Also Anandi in Balika Vadhu plays a role of a Sarpanch..From a simple girl she has now metamorphosed into responsible women who sensitized people about women empowerment, literacy, and widow remarriage and ensured that there was no child marriage taking place in and around her village..Hence on this women’s day, I would like to acknowledge all these ‘Superwomen’ who have always maintained balance in their life. Happy Women’s Day!!”
There’sa reason to celebrate womanhood and proud to be one. Inspite of so much being against us in the past, we have come a long way. Today we have a voice along with an independent identity. I have tremendous respect for the fight that we have put up through ages. Happy women's day for being a woman ought to be about happiness. We can achieve everything that we truly aspire for, let not anyone make you feel any other way...
“I feel that a woman is God’s strongest creation and she has enormous strength to deal with everything that comes her way; good or bad. Women today need to stand for themselves and not let anybody regulate their lives. They need to realise the value of their strength for the society and feel proud of whatever they are doing. This women’s day - regain your lost confidence, realise your worth and who you truly are! Happy Women’s Day!
Aakanksha Singh aka Megha of Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha
For an Indian woman, the society is changing a lot in terms of acceptance of the many roles a woman plays - as bread-earners in families, as professionals or as independent thinking individuals. Women have proved themselves time and again as equals in every aspect. I salute these women and wish them a very Happy Women’s Day.
Jayashree Venketaramanan aka Navika of Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha
This women’s day I’ll celebrate woman-hood and cherish my feminity with pride. I wish all the dignified ladies out there - a social-worker, a working-woman, a home-maker, a student, an entrepreneur or simply ‘a woman’ a very Happy Women’s Day.
Dipika Samson aka Simar of Sasuraal Simar Ka
When a woman gets married, she plays various roles while taking care of the entire family and catering to everyone’s need. She is the binding factor of the family that keeps everyone together. This woman is the responsible one and needs to earn everyone’s respect and love while playing the myriad roles of a sister, mother, wife or a daughter. I respect these women for who they are, for without them, the world wouldn’t be what it is. Happy Women’s Day.
Tina Dutta aka Meethi/Iccha of Uttaran
We say that the strength of a woman lies in her self-belief. While she can stand strong in any earth shattering situation, she can also spread happiness around in good times. What makes her presence worthwhile is the smile on her face that she carries all the time while facing every obstacle that comes her way.
On this Women’s Day, I would like to salute this women power and their inner strength that keeps them going day after day.
Sreejita De aka Mukta of Uttaran
It is a privilege to be born as a woman who serves as a mother, a child, a sister, a wife, a companion or a guide; a woman dons various roles as the situation demands. Strong in mind yet emotional at heart if she can weep at the drop of a hat she can also be the most courageous and toughest of people when the need arises. A salute to these women in whichever part of the world they are. Happy Women’s Day. Let the best in you surface!