6 Most inspiring movies you must watch on this Woman’s Day.

Some movies you can watch and forget but there are few movie which makes an impact and keep you think for long.

Watch these inspirational movies on this Woman’s Day , May be it can change your life. 🙂

Here goes :

Little Miss Sunshine

Movie is based on a little 7 year old girl, Olive. Olive has a dream of winning the Little Miss Sunshine contest. Her family wants her dream to come true but they are so busy with their own problems.

Olive: Grandpa, am I pretty?
Grandpa: You are the most beautiful girl in the world.  

The Devil Wears Prada

Andy, A just graduate in journalism gets her job as an assistant to Powerful and sophisticated the chief editor of Runway,  Miranda . Miranda rules the Man’s world and Andy has no sense of fashion at all. How Andy take this as a challenge and learns that life is made of choices.



Rani, A Delhi girl and a The soon to be bride goes on a solo honeymoon as her fiancé (long term bf) ditched her just before the wedding.

Rani: [Drunk and Crying] My condition is like Gupta Uncle. He had cancer but never smoked cigarettes or consumed alcohol. It would be better if he did.


English Vinglish

Shashi, A housewife who makes and sell “laddoos” as a small home run business has poor english skills and mocked by her husband and daughter. Movie is all about How she makes her feel better about herself.

Shashi Godbole: When you don’t like yourself… you tend to dislike everything connected to you. New things seem to be more attractive. When you learn to love yourself… then the same old life… starts looking new… starts looking nice. Thank you… for teaching me… how to love myself! Thank you for making me… feel good about myself. Thank you so much!


Coco Before Chanel

Film is about the early life of famed French fashion designer Coco Chanel  and how she raised in the heights of fashion world.




It’s a real life based movie of Mahavir Singh Phogat who taught wrestling to his daughters and fight with all odds in society. His daughter Geeta was India’s first female wrestler to win at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, where she won the gold medal (55 kg) while her sister Babita Kumari won the silver (52 kg).

The story itself very inspirational to all the girls and their fathers.

“Yun bat meri samajh mein na aayi ki gold to gold hota hai, Chora lave ya chori” – Aamir Khan



Happy Woman’s Day to all wonderful ladies out there.

Love who you are, embrace who you are. Love yourself. 

If we must celebrate a day for women, let us celebrate freedom from stereotypes, from expectations, from idolization, from sacrifice..
Stop congratulating women for being the secret behind a successful man… Start saluting them for being successful!

Stop saying the mother is sacred for all the sacrifices she makes. Try to reduce those sacrifices!

Stop telling women they are beautiful. Try telling them it’s not important to be beautiful!

Stop praising her roles as mother, wife, daughter, sister. Celebrate her as an individual, a person, independent of relationships.

Stop justifying her necessity to multi task. Give her a chance not to!

Stop these constructs which are aimed at making her strive for an impossible balance… Let her be inadequate and happy!

Stop making her look at herself through a conveniently male viewpoint. Let her be imperfect, whimsical, irresponsible, boorish, lazy, fierce, opinionated, loud, flabby, ungroomed, adventurous, unpredictable, unprepared, impractical…

Be bold, be you!


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