Bollywood Women’s Day Special Movies

International Women’s Day is an ideal day to recognize the women around us. Celebrating their sacrifice, the need for empowerment and fighting for their equality.

However, this women’s day we are going to recommend you some of the best Bollywood Hits which will encourage your inner feminist to rise and revolt.

In the past decade, Bollywood recognized¬†the importance and responsibility it possesses in helping to shape up the Society. Here are the Top 5 films to watch this Women’s day

Neerja- Sonam Kapoor (2016)


Neerja is one of the few inspiring movies in Bollywood. The film is based on a true story when an Indian plane hijacked by the terrorist is saved by a real life-hero Neerja Bhanot who lost her life saving lives of more than 300 passengers on board. The movie inspires you to stand up for yourself and helps nurture the quality of selflessness

Mary Kom- Priyanka Chopra (2014)


Mary Kom is yet another one of those films which enlighten today’s generation towards the problems faced by women in sports. The movie goes on and talks about the struggle experienced by a girl who follows her dream of making her country proud. Mary Kom is an Indian-boxer who is an Olympic Champion.

Dangal- Fatima Sana Shaikh, Sanya Malhotra and Aamir Khan (2016)

Dangal is a journey of a father and his daughters working hard to achieve success. The movie is another one of the biopics sending a message in the society about equality. That gender is no excuse to demean someone. As the movie quotes “Mahri Chori Choro se Kam hai Ke”.

Mardaani- Rani Mukherjee (2014)

Mardaani brought a change in Bollywood. The majority of industry movies focused on a male hero fighting the bad guys and saving everyone at the end of the day. Mardaani is a fearless cop whose mission is to fight the drug-cartels running the child trafficking business. This battle of constantly standing up for the right encourages you to fight evil.

Pink- Taapsee Panu, Amitabh Bachchan (2016)

Pink, the film is a masterpiece that is breaking stereotypes. The movie not only inspires the youth but on top makes them aware of the power they hold in their hands. This film starring Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Panu sends a clear message That “No means No”