AYT Bold Dialogues Aren’t a Part of Woman’s Role in B’wood

March 8, 2016
International-Womens-Day

International-Womens-Day

Family imposed restrictions, she made them think again; society made rules, she changed the society; countries ruled out orders, she became the law. She has lived to push boundaries. The life of a woman is like the story of that flame that keeps burning, never stops and instead grows bigger, and in the process brightens the entire vicinity. She survives, she thrives, and she writes her own kismet.

This international women’s day, we celebrate their audacity, courage and intrepidity by assimilating some really bold dialogues from some of the best women-centric Bollywood movies that you might have never expected coming out of an actress’ mouth.

No One Killed Jessica

Rani Mukherjee in "No One Killed Jessica"

Rani Mukherjee in “No One Killed Jessica”

A no-nonsense journalist who does yoga at work, smokes incessantly, and blurts out expletives without thinking, Rani Mukherjee surely made all the men understand when and how to use slangs properly.

Gulaab Gang

Madhuri Dixit in "Gulaab Gang"

Madhuri Dixit in “Gulaab Gang”

The fearless vigilantes wearing pink saris fight off the atrocities of the society under the leadership of ‘Rajjo’ aka Madhuri Dixit in this Soumik Sen directed crime drama film.

Tanu Weds Manu Returns

Kangana Ranaut in "Tanu Weds Manu Returns"

Kangana Ranaut in “Tanu Weds Manu Returns”

Delivering a phenomenal performance in a spree of blockbuster movies, Kangana Ranaut proved she was the real ‘queen’ of Bollywood.

Bajirao Mastani

Deepika Padukone in "Bajirao Mastani"

Deepika Padukone in “Bajirao Mastani”

Deepika Padukone’s larger than life performance in this historic movie by Sanjay Leela Bhansali will make you realize how fearless a woman can get when need arises

Mardaani

Rani Mukherjee in and as 'Mardaani"

Rani Mukherjee in and as ‘Mardaani”

The fearless cop role played by the highly talented Rani Mukherjee left the Indian audience speechless once again with her brave attitude and marvelously carved persona.

The Dirty Picture

Vidya Balan in "The Dirty Picture"

Vidya Balan in “The Dirty Picture”

Portraying the role of Silk Smitha, Vidya Balan’s character in the movie was like a breath of fresh air in a country of repressed sexuality. Needless to say, the film did delivered what it promised, “Entertainment, Entertainment, and Entertainment”.

Although it was some fictional characters that these women played under someone else’s direction, their dedication and confidence is what makes these roles so authentic and exceptional.

AYT takes this opportunity to salute every woman of the world.  Happy International Women’s Day!

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