Women excel in every field, be it sports, politics, acting, business or being a homemaker. Strong women are changing society’s face by breaking the stereotypes and owning every field like a boss. We have also witnessed Bollywood actresses spreading their wings and becoming producers as well.


Alia Bhatt is the latest diva to join the bandwagon of actress-turned-producers. Alia Bhatt amazes everyone with her versatility. She also tries to go the extra mile to surprise us, and; she has done it again. The actress recently announced starting her own production company. 


She will be co-producing with Shah Rukh Khan’s company for her first project named ‘Darlings’. 


After showing her acting talent, Anushka Sharma teamed up with brother Karnesh Sharma and opened her own production house in 2014. Movies like ”Pari’‘Phillauri’ NH10′ were produced under Anushka’s production company ‘Clean Slate Films’. Recent hits were ‘Patal Lok’ and ‘Bulbbul’, which were released on OTT.


Priyanka Chopra has not left any stone unturned. Being a global icon, she also turned into a producer. Talking about her decision of becoming a producer, she says:

, “Sometimes filmmakers don’t get the opportunity to present their stories for the audience, and that is the reason why I always wanted to produce content-driven films across any language.” 


How can we forget the Chhapaak’ actress Deepika Padukone who also followed the race and decided to venture into production. Meghna Gulzar’s Chhapaak in 2019 was her first produced film. Her upcoming movie ’83’ that starred husband Ranveer Singh will be the second movie of her own production house.


Twinkle Khanna has shown her talent in many fields. She has explored herself as an author, actress and successful producer. Twinkle ventured into production with ‘Padman’. The movie starred hubby Akshay Kumar, Sonam Kapoor and Radhika Apte in the leading roles.


On the occasion of International Women’s Day, let’s celebrate women’s versatility, talent, and courage. Breaking barriers and setting new goals is what empowers us, and these women have proved it.

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