Happy Women's Day to all the ladies out there. If you're looking for the best bollywood movie to celebrate this day then look no more. Here's a list of some of the best bollywood woman-centric movies to watch today.
Radha, a poor but righteous woman, struggles to raise her kids while going up against Sukhilala, a greedy moneylender. Despite the many hurdles she faces, she refuses to sacrifice her integrity.
What do you do when your wedding gets cancelled at the last minute? Go for your honeymoon alone? That's what Kangana Ranaut's lovable character did to rediscover herself and takes us along for a fun ride.
English Vinglish is a powerful story about how Sridevi's character enrols in an english speaking class to stop her husband and her kids from mocking her. Director Gauri Shinde's first film and Sridevi's comeback- this movie packs a huge punch with it's remarkable honesty.
A critically acclaimed movie that also enjoyed commercial success, Khoon Bhari Maang is the story of a woman who is almost killed by her husband but comes back to exact her revenge.
Vidya Balan steps into the shoes of a pregnant woman and sets out to find her missing husband at all costs. Vidya Balan at her finest we say.
Priyanka Chopra played an aspiring model in the film. Her character transforms from a struggling model to a super model where she has to deal with the dirty side of the industry.
Two woman --different backgrounds, miles apart, and strangers to each other-- are linked by tragedy. Their new-found friendship is tested as one holds the fate of the other's husband in her hands.
Veera, a young bride-to-be, is abducted by a common goon, Mahabir, and his men a day prior to her wedding. Far from being terrified of her abductor, Veera discovers an adventurous and liberating life.
Kabir Khan is given the impossible task to train the Women's hockey team and bring back the world cup home. Can he do it?
The film revolves around Aditi, a housewife who has no life beyond her family. After a series of revelations, Aditi realises that she’s being judged by her husband and son. In the end, she decides to leave her family to find an identity outside her marriage.