On March 8, women and girls around the world will be celebrating International Women’s Day (and Women’s Day gifts) all over the world. IWD is about bringing equality to all women regardless of culture or race. A great way to find out more about the history and success of women is to watch movies representing women as heroines. From comedy, romance, sci-fi, here are the top 10 best movies for women to watch
Vidya Balan is the only hero in this Kahaani. Do you remember how you used the screen like Vidya Bagchi? That cold spinal thriller would not have been the same without Vidya. Some of the characters were very bright in the background as he swept the audience to their feet.
2. English Vinglish
One of the movies we would like to promote. Sridevi is back again and has become a favorite of all time. Sridevi made her presence sound on the big screen as a woman much more than a mother and wife. The way Gauri Shinde helped this movie is glorious.
3. The Queen
We saw Rani (Kangana Ranaut) go on her honeymoon alone. How often do you see that? Kangana left us wanting more than all the scenes and we didn’t want to see anyone but him. Kangana won a national award for the movie. The movie doesn’t need a hero, it needs a queen; so proven.
4. Nil Battey Sannata
Swara Bhaskar shines in this movie by Ashwini Iyer. She plays a single mother who goes back to school to get her daughter to focus on studies. The daughter believed that there was no use of education as her mother was a domestic worker and so should she. The movie has many scenes that will touch your heart but a lot of work to keep you investing in the movie Swara.
Sonam Kapoorwon received the national award for the film. Neerja Bhanot’s biopic was well received by critics and audiences alike. There are so many fun scenes and we can’t think of anyone else like Neerja. You can connect, smile, and cry only because Sonam Kapoor has done justice to the character.
6. Lipstick Under My Burkha
This movie the board of directors did not want India to see it. The story is about four women who wish to break free and live on their own. If anyone is making it look right for women and Ratna Pathak Shah as she breaks all the thoughts you have made.
7. Hidden figures
Based on a true story, this historical film tells the story of three African American women working for NASA and eventually helping to introduce astronaut John Glenn into space. While history views these women as invisible, the movie works to celebrate their role in American History.
Both girls and adults will love this Disney animation. The film tells the story of a young woman named Moana who was chosen by the sea to meet the demi god Maui (Dwayne Johnson) in an attempt to save the island.
9. Wonder woman
DC’s “Wonder Woman” redefined women in the form of a hero, despised superstitions, and was completely controlled in the box. A dream come true. A source of encouragement for all women this movie will always have a special place in everyone’s heart. Time to look at this indulgence in alcohol that goes hand in hand with this beautiful female figure of a woman’s act.
10. The Devil wears Prada
No doubt you have heard of him, or you have never met him. His dignity preceded him, so much so that people could actually feel his cold presence before he entered the room. Miranda Priestly is the last king of kings and you can bet you wear the Prada for sure; it is the “satan” part of which we are not so sure.
11. Captain Marvel
It is truly amazing to see Captain Marvel live up to its message, putting women in a position to succeed. Captain Marvel looks ready to deliver on the promises made to fans around the world and you will see many differences from our heroes going forward. Brie Larson and Captain Marvel represent the future, and the future begins on March 8. Until then stick to this beloved little bobblehead of Captain Marvel.