Women’s Day special News
Niti Taylor: I feel one of the biggest issues is pay inequality!
Niti Taylor opens up about women’s issues, pay equality and a number of other topics on the occasion of Women’s Day. The Kaisi Yeh Yaariyaan actress considers himself fortunate to lead her life on her own terms Click here to read more
Anushka Sharma’s boyfriend Virat Kohli just said SORRY for all the right reasons!
You are going to love him for this one. Leave everything and check this out right away….
All this while we have been only talking about Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli’s break-up. Click here to read more
Deepika Padukone, Sonakshi Sinha, Lisa Haydon and Juhi Chawla: Women who rocked social media!
Here’s looking at B-town ladies who stormed social media and showed us that women are as strong and level headed as men…
It’s that day of the year when women are celebrated for the all things they do so selflessly. Yes, its Women’s Day but this occasion is just not about showing respect to women but its also about showing the world how freaking awesome ‘WE’ are. Click here to read more
Priyanka Chopra, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Freida Pinto, Nimrat Kaur, Mallika Sherawat – 5 Indian women who have made us proud at international level!
Over the years, there have been a handful of Indian actresses who have had us proud in the international arena. On the occasion of Women’s Day, lets take a look at these B-town beauties
The reach of Indian cinema is expanding with every passing day, as a number of Indian films are winning accolades at international film festivals. While India is still vouching for the elusive Oscar, it is not just films which put Indian cinema on the world map. On the occasion of International Women’s Day, I bring you a list of 5 Indian women from the field of entertainment who have made us proud by making their mark internationallyClick here to read more
Kumkum Bhagya’s Pragya, Saath Nibhaana Saathiya’s Gopi, Satrangi Sasural’s Aarushi- 5 female characters on TV who need to speak up for themselves!
They are the central characters of almost all daily soaps, but still are portrayed as this meek, damsels in distress, who can never speak up for themselves – and we’ve just had enough of that
On the occasion of Women’s Day, we thought of five gorgeous female characters from Indian daily soaps, who should speak their mind, take a stand and be a little more daring in life. Click here to read more
Women’s Day Special: Who are the women who make Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and Akshay Kumar superstars?
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, I bring you the list of women who act as the wind beneath the wings of B-town superstars
Everyone would have heard the saying,” Behind every successful man is a woman”. While some of you might have read this and scoffed, some of you may have comprehended the meaning in a wrong way. But a look at the astonishing success of our Bollywood superstars and you would know that the proverb does hold true. Click here to read more
Sanaya Irani beats Drashti Dhami to become the No 1 television heroine!
Is Drashti Dhami a bigger star than Sanaya Irani?
They may be best friends in real life, but the media and janta just can’t stop pitting them against each other
Drashti Dhami and Sanaya Irani are one of the biggest stars in tellyland today. But, only one person is entitled to hold the Numero Uno spot.
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Shraddha Musale: Husbands, sons, fathers should be more liberal towards women
The actor who plays Dr Tarika in Sony TV’s hit crime show, CID feels real change in the society will come when space is given to women
According to Shraddha Musale, woman empowerment means the power to take financial, cultural and political decisions. Click here to read more
CID: ACP Pradyuman and Daya focus on crimes against women
The CID writers will be solving crimes against women on the occasion of Women’s Day
To make Women’s Day special, the CID cast including Shivaji Satham, Dayanand Shetty and Aditya Srivastava will be focusing on cases where working women have been targeted in crimes. Click here to read more
Women’s Day special: Nargis Dutt, Sridevi, Vidya Balan the real heros of Bollywood!
Economic and social empowerment of women is one of the most talked about issues in India and filmmakers have not lagged behind – they are reinforcing the concepts with their stories on celluloid, with the movies being a mirror of society
Remember Nargis Dutt playing a strong female role model who had the courage to kill her son in the 1957 film Mother India? Cut to the present – Madhuri Dixit will be seen as a leader of a female vigilante group in her forthcoming film Gulaab Gang, based on a real life story. Click here to read more
Women’s Day special: Sakshi Tanwar, Drashti Dhami, Soumya Seth, Toral Rasputra talk about woman power!
Television divas celebrate the spirit of womanhood
The television industry’s bahus and betis are often termed regressive and typecast as the weaker sex in daily soaps. But there is no denying that today’s Indian TV is ruled by female protagonists! Our leading ladies have now begun showcasing progressive ideas and actions. And we are definitely proud! Click here to read more
Women’s Day special: Priyanka Chopra voted as the favourite woman of substance!
The Jungli Billi, it seems, has won over the hearts of her fans for all the right reasons. But there’s another lady who wasn’t far behind in this poll. Read on to find out more…
As International Women’s Day inched closer, we conducted a poll to find out, who according to our readers was their favourite woman of substance. Click here to read more
Women’s Day Special: Suriya talks about the woman he loves
On Women’s Day,we asked leading heroes to pick their favourite on-screen women
These hotties of Tamil and Telugu cinema express their idea of powerful female actors on screen who stole millions of hearts with their performance. Click here to read more
Women’s Day special: Kangna Ranaut strips for Ajay Devgn!
Forget the odes to woman power, with Women’s Day coming up this Thursday, we take a look at several derogatory references made to women in Bollywood
The Khoon Bhari Maangs, Daminis and Mrityudands occur less often in Bollywood than Women’s Day propagators would like you to think. Bollywood remains a male-dominated realm both off screen and on screen. There is that cliched situation in which the hero dramatically rescues the hapless heroine from the clutches of the villain. It happens more often than the heroine taking an axe and freeing herself. Sometimes it’s more covert and you may have to watch a film or a scene twice to see it, but it’s always there. We bring you a few of the more offensive instances that are conveniently passed off as accepted behaviour, even jokes! Click here to read more