International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on 8 March. This day is named after special women. Every woman considers this day special for themselves and if we talk about Bollywood actresses, then this day is special for them too. Today we are going to tell you about actress Sonakshi Sinha, Malaika Arora and Monalisa, when a website asked them about the meaning of Women’s Day, the three gave different answers which were something like this.
Sonakshi Sinha said, ‘Our family feels that our children are already in the eyes of everyone, then it is necessary for someone to be with them to keep them safe and take care of them. But I don’t know why I always felt weird. Everywhere I go, someone comes with me. When I was in the sixth or seventh grade and the father became a minister, suddenly there was a lot of security around me and I went to school under the same protection. I did not like it all, so I told my mother one day that I will not go to school until you stop all this. I threatened to quit my studies when the people around me withdrew and I realized my freedom for the first time. I believe that every woman should make herself strong. ‘
With this Malaika Arora said, ‘This year’s International Women’s Day theme is’ equal for everyone’, so I firmly believe that equality is needed for women too. I believe that women can do anything if they are determined and make up their mind to do something. Being a woman is a matter of luck and this day should truly celebrate the unwavering courage of women. Each woman who develops other women is a strong woman. Facing positive and never giving up challenges is a sign of a strong woman. An independent, capable and self-reliant woman who brings a smile to everyone’s face is a strong woman. ‘
The list also includes the name of Monalisa, who is a TV and Bhojpuri actress. She said, ‘Women’s Day is an occasion to celebrate the appreciation, love and care towards women in our society. I also think and I am sure that we will all agree that women are successful in different walks of life and demonstrate the ability to excel in every field, whether professional or personal. On Women’s Day, I would request everyone that we treat all those things in life equally. ‘