A Spanish proverb says “A woman is human. She is not better, wiser, stronger, more intelligent, more creative, or more responsible than a man. Likewise, she is never less.”
Women empowerment has been the most vocal point of discussion in every field. Even the arena of entertainment has not been away from this. Many movies are featuring women as their central character.
Do you feel that women are just given importance in a romantic movie? If yes, then this is the right time to reset your movie collection and upgrade it with such movies which are female-centered and do not just revolve around love.
This International Women’s Day, let’s change our taste of movies because the theme says it all #BeBoldForChange.
Let’s get started!
She’s the Man
This 2006 American comedy film is all about following your passion. Amanda Bynes, who plays the role of Viola pretends to be a man only because she wants to play soccer in her brother’s school as her school cuts down the funding for women’s soccer team. She’s not constrained by her love relationship and frees herself from it when she feels that her boyfriend is not supporting her passion. This movie also teaches you a great lesson that whenever you’re in self-doubt, whether it be your exams or your first date, just give yourself a pat of self-encouragement and you’ll surely come out with flying colours.
Million Dollar Baby
A 2004 American sports drama movie, negates each and every stereotype that the world carries about the girls. It tells us that age is never a limitation. It can slow you down, but it cannot stop you if your spirits are high enough to achieve your goals. It gives us an important lesson for life- "Dreams know no limits". Do fight for your dreams else they will haunt you for the rest of your life. Experience the happiness that comes to you after you have achieved what you always wanted to.
In this 2013 British-American science fiction film, exemplary courage and bravery are depicted by Dr Ryan Stone whose role is played by Sandra Bullock. She’s left alone in space after her first decent into the space goes wrong. The only reason why she wants to return to the Earth is that she wishes to survive for herself. This film portrays a career-driven woman who has the abilities to work towards her goals and achieve them by toil and moil. So the next time when you feel depressed just remind yourself of your life goals, and you’ll have a renewed willpower to live and succeed.
A 2014 Indian comedy-drama movie, features Kangana Ranaut as Rani. Her character teaches us to appreciate ourselves. It tells us that it is perfectly fine to love and thank your friends and family, but then you should also be able to take a stand for yourself. After watching this film, you’ll start admiring everyone around you. It gives us a crucial life lesson- "You are greater than your problems. Whenever you feel that you are in some messy situation, just look at the people around you, and you’ll realise how small your worries actually are."
So every woman out there should remember that there is a little bit of Rani inside her. She’s waiting to be discovered, to be opened up and to be a Queen.
Hope you enjoyed reading this blog! If you haven’t seen any of the above-listed movies, do watch them this Women’s Day.
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