Today’s women in the movies and web series we see are like their real counterparts, determined and ready to take over the world. They enable, encourage and inspire millions of people around the world to be the best people and work for a better tomorrow. As the world prepares for International Women’s Day on March 8, there can be nothing better than watching some women-led shows that inspire everyone. With lots of such women-focused web series available on a variety of platforms, here are five of the best with the lead actress.
Miriam Maisel – Amazing Mrs. Maisel (Amazon Prime Video)
Miriam “Midge” Maisel inspires many! The action takes place in London of the 50s and 60s, when a woman’s success is measured by her marital status, she challenges everyone by choosing to be a single mother and take the helm of her career into her own hands. This is a surprising role, as Midge (played by Rachel Brosnachen) inspires women to realize their worth and break free from public expectations. Having delighted the audience for three wonderful seasons, viewers can see her live, her admiration, and succeed in the role of a strong single woman in the 4th season of “Gorgeous Mrs. Meisel”, which is now broadcast on Amazon Prime Video. The web series, along with Rachel stars Tony Shalhub, Alex Borstein, Marin Hinckle, Michael Zegan, Kevin Pollock, Caroline Aaron and Luke Kirby, was written and directed by Amy Sherman-Paladin and Daniel Paladin.
Emily from Emily in Paris (Netflix)
Created by Darren Starr, “Emily in Paris” is the story of a young American Emily Cooper, who takes her new life of adventure, combining work, friends and romance. The main role in the series was played by Lily Collins, and the main roles were played by Filipino Leroy-Beaulieu, Ashley Park and Lucas Bravo. Along with giving us some fashion tips and takeaways about trends and labels, Emily also gives women many life lessons as it inspires them to never give up even in the worst situations. Despite some harsh criticism of the show regarding the show’s plot, it was Emily’s quick wit and attitude that never seemed to win the hearts of everyone and everyone.
Anonymity from The Fame Game (Netflix)
Impressed by the audience on the big screen, the queen of the late 80s and 90s, Madhuri Dixit made her long-awaited OTT debut on the web platform with The Fame Game. Directed by Sri Rao, this is a story about a superstar who suddenly disappears without a trace. Starring Madhura Dixit, Sanjay Kapoor and Manau Kaul. Perfectly performing the role, the girl from Duck Duck won the hearts of fans around the world with her wonderful performance. Every scene in the series was a pleasure to watch, as we saw how the beautiful actress beautifully reveals the depth and many layers of the character and expresses them with special sophistication.
Umang from Four More Shots, please! (Amazon Prime Video)
The series explores the friendships of four independent women – Kirti Kulhari, Sayani Gupta, Maanvi Gagra and Bunny Jay and touches on a variety of topics, including single mothers, bisexuality and self-acceptance. While Umang (Bunji J.) accepts her sexuality and receives support from friends, her partner Samara (Lisa Ray) is deeply closed. The show shows how her character rises above social norms and shamelessly adopts her sexual orientation.
Aarya from Aarya (Hotstar)
Aarya Sushmiti Sena is a web show co-created by Ram Madhwani and Sandip Modi. In the show Sushmita Sen starring a mother who takes care of her children. This diva gave a rich performance in both seas of Aria. The actress inspires others by showing courage and fearlessness. The actress has mastered every scene in the series and coped perfectly with every emotion, be it frustration, betrayal, love, anger and frustration.
Watching these 5 women as strong as ever is all the inspiration you need on this women’s day to change and change the situation for the better.
The story was first published: Monday, March 7, 2022, 7:06 p.m. [IST]
5 inspiring women’s shows to watch with your girl gang on this women’s day
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