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Bipasha Basu:
We women are still finding our own place in the world. In the past few decades, women in India have found their own place. Unlike in other parts of the world, we have never tried to compete with men. We have found our own place by using our strengths and capabilities. This makes the new Indian woman a lot different, and I believe, a lot stronger. You know they say, a woman who wants to be an equal to a man lacks ambition.

The new Indian woman cuts across all age groups and class structures. We adapt better to circumstances because we are not playing by the rules of others. We are resilient and are able to bounce back from every eventuality. I know women who go to work, take care of house and home, and be a mother to her kids, without breaking step. I don't know many men who can do that. Somehow, we never exhaust ourselves as much in the workplace as men do.

I admire my mother, because I see a lot of the qualities of the modern Indian woman in her. Or perhaps, it's the other way around. Her energy and poise are admirable. And that is the strength of women worldwide: to excel in the world without losing their femininity. On World Women's Day, I would like to congratulate women everywhere for the love and care that we bring to the world.


Hema Malini:

"I'm proud to be a woman and an Indian. With the status that I've achieved I've no problem getting what I want. But I know it isn't so with a lot of women in our country. I empathize with their suffering and I do want to work towards improving their lot. That's one of the reasons I joined politics."

Ekta Kapoor: "
Being a woman is no disadvantage. Though I won't say it's an advantage either in today's India. At least not in the corporate world. Yet lots of women in rural India are made to believe they're disadvantaged by their gender. Yes gender bias is waning. I think our inherent advantage as women is that we're stronger creatures than men although we're more sensitive."


Shilpa Shetty:
"
Personally as a woman I've nothing to complain about. Life has been very kind to me. Today when I go abroad I'm proud to represent myself, my film fraternity, my gender and my country. Do I've to watch my steps when I'm abroad? Not really. I've never been a wild party animal. I don't smoke and drink. So, being restrained comes naturally to me. I guess I've been singularly lucky. I realize there're so many women in our country who are still eking out a living. But I think things are changing very fast. Opportunities for women aren't limited any longer. Do I see myself as an achiever? Maybe comparatively. But I've a long way to go. As a girl I've never felt inferior. Our parents brought up my sister and I as no different than boys. If we've made them proud, I'm happy. If I've made the country proud, I'm happier."


Koena Mitra:
"
I'm what I am today and I could realize my dreams because of the opportunities I got. I know there are states in our country that are yet to treat women on a par with men. I'm hopeful this scenario will change soon. But for me the country is a hotbed of opportunities. I come from Kolkata and now I belong to Mumbai. Both cities have helped me become who I am. So yes, I'm proud to be an Indian and a proud woman at that."

Riya Sen:
"Men have minutes and hours and women have days."
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Posted: 09 May 2008 at 3:07pm | IP Logged
i just simply love every wrd bipasha sed. her answer was mind blowing and well defined and dat is exactly how i c things. shez managed to everything i ave in my head bout all dis in2 wrds!! Clap Clap Clap
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Bipasha's words are exactly what I believe in, I admire her only for these reasons, she speaks so well and i love her no nonsense attitude, i think this is what keeps her going so strong in this industry
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