Her Kahaani Hai Zaruri: Taapsee Pannu channels major boss lady vibe in Netflix’s Women’s Day special

Her Kahaani Hai Zaruri: Taapsee Pannu channels major boss lady vibe in Netflix's Women's Day special

New Delhi: Actor Taapsee Pannu on Monday shared gorgeous pictures Netflix’s Women’s Day special release ‘Her Kahaani Hai Zaruri’. The show which will feature a number of artists including actors, social media influences, and female filmmakers including Madhuri Dixit, Neena Gupta, Shefali Shah, Masaba Gupta, Mrunal Thakur, Prajakta Koli and Ashwany Iyer Tiwari among others. 

A day before International Women’s Day, Netflix released a video on social media. In the video, these women were asked about their favourite roles essayed by women. Pouring their hearts out, they heaped praises on their fellow powerful women. 

Taapsee shared a picture from her photoshoot during Her Kahaani Hai Zaroori’s shoot. In the picture, we see Taapsee dressed in a black saree as she looks in the camera and poses for the lens. The second photo sees Neena Gupta, Mrunal Thakur, and actress Amruta Shubhash.

Taking to Instagram, the Loop Lapeta actress wrote, “Stories that echo truth always deserve to be told out loud. I’m proud to have been a part of driving this change and today we celebrate all the women who make it possible!#HerKahaaniHaiZaruri @netflix_in @mrunalthakur @neena_gupta @amrutasubhash.”

Netflix India also shared a post celebrating the women who have played memorable roles in web shows. They even featured social media influencers such as Prajakta Koli and Kusha Kapila.

Taking to the cations they wrote, “A saint, a sinner, an artist, an admirer, a mother bearing it all, a woman who bares it all, a complete boss and a colossal mess—women are breaking into new roles every day and shattering the image of the hour-glass bodied eye candies we were once used to watching.” The era of streaming services has pushed out the formula in which women were used only as pieces of the puzzle to drive the narrative of the male lead. Today, women are no longer just a part of the story, but are the story.”

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“While we’ve come a long way, there is still so much room to grow. Diverse stories about women from across classes and identities must be told louder and more frequently. But with the democratization of content creation and the rise in the number of platforms, it’s safe to say, the future of story-telling looks so much brighter! Here’s to celebrating every story that deserves to be told. May they continue to find screens to play at and fans to play for, because irrespective of the platform—Har Kahaani Hai Zaruri. Her Kahaani Hai Zaruri,” they added.

International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8 every year. 

first published:March 7, 2022, 4:26 p.m.

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