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Posted at: Mar 8, 2018, 12:35 AM; last updated: Mar 8, 2018, 12:35 AM (IST)INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

Wonder women of B-Town

Women in our Bollywood are nowadays feisty, strong and spunky. A leading lady can carry the entire film on her shoulders. Some of these Bollywood divas have been endowed with certain ‘titles’, owing to their talent and personal skills. Today on International Women’s Day, here’s a toast to inspiring and beautiful women of Bollywood!
Fashionista first

Sonam Kapoor is rightly known as Bollywood’s fashionista. She has always been the one to break stereotypes and flaunt her own personal style. She has ruled several red carpet events over the year.

Fit moms 

Shilpa Shetty doesn’t look a kilo heavier post pregnancy, Malaika Arora too is by far one of the fittest moms in Bollywood.She makes looking fit seem - sexy, alluring and empowering. Karishma Kapoor as a mother has managed to retain hour glass figure. 

Dream girl 

Actress Hema Malini got the nickname ‘Dream Girl’ after she was described as ‘Raj Kapoor’s ‘Dream Girl’ in the posters of her debut Bollywood film Sapno Ka Saudagar. Even today, she is definitely an epitome of elegance and beauty and grace.

Global girls 

Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone became the only two actresses to feature in Forbes’s Top 10 Bollywood’s highest-paid 2017 list. Priyanka  shares the stage with some of the biggest names in global cinema, Deepika is a brand in her own right, internationally.

Dancing divas 

Helen was undoubtedly one of the best dancers of her era. Late actress Sridevi could pull off any kind of choreography. Vyjayanthimala was known for her classical dancing in films. Dhak Dhak girl Madhuri Dix remains the reigning dancing queen.

Married, so what?

Even after marriage, Kareena Kapoor Khan continued to work as per her will and there was no stopping her. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan returned to movies after five years of her marriage, she is on a roll with Jazbaa, then Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and now Fanne Khan. 


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