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5 Movies To Binge-Watch on Women’s Day

I love watching movies and if not going out on a weekend, I spend it by watching movies back to back. I love to watch strong will powered women centric movies. So, i thought why not come up with a list of 5 Movies To Binge-Watch on Women’s Day with your girl gang ?

Before i give you the awesome list of 5 Movies To Binge-Watch on Women’s Day; Do you know what is Women’s Day and Why is it celebrated ?

International Women’s Day falls on March 8 every year – this year it lies on a Thursday. The day brings together global governments, women’s organisations, businesses and charities together under the banner of International Women’s Day. The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day is #PressforProgress. “A strong call to #PressforProgress. A strong call to motivate and unite friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive.”

So, Let us start – Movies To Binge-Watch on Women’s Day

1) English Vinglish (2012): 

I absolutely love this movie. Just not because it has one my most favorite movie star “Sridevi” but also because how she stands up for herself and believed that she could achieve something. Her own family judged her always for not able to speak English, but instead of getting depressed, she decided to change her situation.

2. Queen (2014):

Kangana Ranut is the leading star in this. She gets jilted when her to be husband denies to marry her. Instead of feeling low or withdrawn, she decides to go to her honeymoon ALONE. Her decription of a girl who was just emotionally broken, is bouncy and bubbly. You will applaud this film for her bravery and sheer skills

3. Black (2005): 

As a deaf and mute girl who beats the odds to reach her goal, Rani Mukherjee’s performance in this Sanjay Leela Bhansali film was not just inspirational but also spell binding. Black swept all the awards that year.

4. Neerja (2016): 

Sonam Kapoor starer biopic is based on Pan Am flight attendant Neerja Bhanot who lost her life while saving many in a hijack attempt on Pan Am Flight 73 in Karachi, Pakistan, on 5 September 1986. It exudes the kind of strength the women of our country can get inspired from.

5. Mardaani (2014): 

Rani Mukherjee again leaves every one spell bound by her sheer talent. The movie is grit and strength of one woman who decides to stand up when everyone else wanted her to shut up. It is also a very informative movie that talks about child trafficking.

So, these were my 5 Movies To Binge-Watch on Women’s Day

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11 thoughts on “5 Movies To Binge-Watch on Women’s Day

  1. I still haven’t seen Neerja and Mardaani. But I know these are fab and greatly inspiring. With the sudden demise of Sridevi English Vinglish has become closer to many of us for a number of reasons. After reading this list I am thinking of watching at least one woman inspiring movie (though its highly unlikely, will try) 🙂

  2. I did a movie post for Women’s Day too. Same pinch!
    I didn’t have Neerja, Mardaani and Black on my list though. These are some great movies and worth watching over and over again.

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