Women’s Day 2018: Anushka Sharma, Karan Johar, Amitabh Bachchan and other Bollywood celebs wish fans

Women's Day 2018: Anushka Sharma shared a childhood click of the actor celebrating the day. Karan Johar too shared a click of her daughter Roohi. Here are all the wishes shared by our celebs.

Written by Kriti Sonali | Bengaluru | Updated: March 8, 2018 6:06:37 pm
Women's Day 2018 wishes Women’s Day 2018: Bollywood celebrities wish fans.

While the whole world is celebrating International Women’s Day, our Bollywood celebrities took to Twitter to wish fans. Anushka Sharma shared a childhood click of the actor celebrating the day and wrote, “From that day on to now, I’m free and strong and all thats me, for the people who just let me be … #HappyWomensDay to all those women who feel like this and men who help pave their way ! #dancetoyourownbeat #beoriginalbeyourself.”

While Vidya Balan shared a video wishing fans, Shilpa Shetty shared a note which read, “When God chose a WOMAN over a MAN to carry forward his work of bringing life on earth. He/She recognised the strength and abilities in “US “way before. What could be more empowering than that!? We don’t need a “day” or people to celebrate us! Recognise your strength and Uncelebrate women’s day! Celebrate yourself everyday.👊🏼💪🙏😇 #uncelebratewomensday #celebratewomeneveryday #strength #Nevergiveup #empowered #ShilpaKaMantra.”

Neetu Kapoor shared a click with her daughter and granddaughter and wrote, “Sooooper doooper Women’s day to all the wonderful beautiful women 🌸💕.” Dia Mirza too shared a few clicks and wrote along, “Challenge every custom, culture, stereotype, myth that creates/reinforces inequality. The world needs SISTERHOOD. Let’s work together. Support, lift, love one another ❤ #PressForChange #IWD18 #WomensDay #SheInspiresMe #BetiBachaoBetiPadhao.”

Ekta Kapoor, on the other hand, shared a click with late Sridevi and wrote, “Woman’s day is everyday!!! But today I’ll remember a woman who gave me a childhood joy like no other! I lost touch with her when I grew up but the fat child in me had a silent approval of India’s first female superstar! My mom will always b my biggest hero but this woman’s day is for that hero who first showed me ‘ strong women support women( even if she is much younger) #ripsridevi #ladysuperstar.”

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Not only these ladies but a few male actors too shared their wishes. Karan Johar shared a click of her daughter Roohi and wrote, “I was raised by a woman who had a strong mind…an independent mind and a solid soul…she taught me how to live a fearless life along with a strong sense of right and wrong! She also taught me the art of abandon! She made me the man I am….a man who is honoured to be raised by a woman of substance! Roohi my darling I hope I raise you to be just like your grandmother….#happywomensday.”

Amitabh Bachchan too shared pictures of the women in his family. He tweeted, “T 2736 – On International Women’s Day , an ode to women and to the women Champions of Swachh Bharat : #SwachhShakti & @SwachhBharat.”

Varun Dhawan tweeted, “WHO RUN THE WORLD – GIRLSSSS . Happy #InternationalWomensDay. I hope we realise we don’t need a day to remind us to respect women because we need to do it everyday.”

Madhur Bhandarkar also posted on Twitter, “I’ve always been touched by the commitment, dedication & struggle that a woman goes through as a individual, mother, sister, wife, daughter to survive and I’ve tried to signify it through my films & will continue to do so. My respect & gratitude 2 every woman. Happy #WomensDay🙏.”

See more Women’s Day posts of our celebs here:

We too wish all ladies a Happy Women’s Day.

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