This article talks about Bollywood divas and what they actually think about feminism in the country. Although, the world screams loud for feminism, these actresses have perfectly nailed it with some beautiful quotes. Have a look at them.
1. If someone is breaking down repeatedly, don’t say they are doing it purposely. Because there is difference between being sad and being depressed – Deepika Padukone
2. Your birth as Girl child is not celebrated, if it’s not tragedy for a family it is definitely a setback. When you start from a point like that, it is very hard to find pride in yourself. – Kangana Ranaut
3. A lot of people have said that girl’s wear provocative cloths or go out to night clubs to drink and party, which prompts men to take advantage of them. So, even Bollywood songs are responsible for it. But the only thing responsible for a women getting raped is a man’s mindset. I could be walking naked, but still you don’t have the right to rape me. – Priyanka Chopra
4. Feminism as an emotion, which could be compassion and kindness, is seen as a weakness. We need to change that mentality – Kangana Ranaut
5. Why in future? I’m already super women in real life. Ask any married women and she will agree to my answer – Aishwarya Rai
6. Women need to stand up for themselves and give out the message that they wont tolerate casual loose talk about a women and her sexuality. – Parineeti Chopra
7. I want to tell women that you need to love yourself and make yourself a priority. It is only when you are happy; you can make everyone around you happy. – Bipasha Basu.
8. As women we don’t have to hope to get our due, we need to get up and get it ourselves – Kangana Ranauat.
9. Weight used to be an issue. I was always fat as a child and everyone used to tell me, you have got such a pretty face why don’t you lose some weight? Over the years, I’ve realized that my body is of a certain type, and I have learned to accept it – Vidya Balan.
10. Honestly I believed, empowerment should be given to women who actually need it, and who are kind of far away from where we are right now. – Sonakshi Sinha.