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The Pioneers of Indian Feminism in 2023 | Beautiful Indian Women

Beautiful Indian Women

India is a country full of culture and diversity. In 2023, women are at the forefront of making strides in their respective industries while also representing the culture of their homeland.Here is a glimpse into some of the beautiful Indian women who are leading the way to progress and equality in 2023. 

Priyanka Chopra Jonas – Actress and Activist 

Priyanka Chopra Jonas is an international actress, singer, model, and philanthropist. She is most well-known for her roles in films such as The Sky Is Pink and Quantico.

In 2018 she was appointed as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for Child Rights. She has since used her platform to speak out about issues related to gender inequality, poverty, and education in India.

She’s even established her own foundation called Priyanka Chopra Foundation for Health and Education that works to empower underprivileged women and children in India by providing them with access to education and healthcare services. 

Deepika Padukone – Actress 

Deepika Padukone is an award-winning Bollywood actress best known for her roles in films like Om Shanti Om and Padmaavat. Deepika has been advocating for mental health awareness since 2015 when she opened up about her struggles with depression.

Since then she has made it her mission to break down the stigma around mental health issues in India through her organization Live Laugh Love Foundation that focuses on creating more awareness about mental illness through campaigns, workshops, seminars etc.

While also providing support to people suffering from depression or other mental illnesses.   

Anjali Lama – Model/Activist 

Anjali Lama is a Nepalese transgender model who gained recognition after becoming the first transgender model ever to walk the Lakme Fashion Week ramp in 2017.

Since then she has become an iconic figure for trans rights all over the world, often taking part in events organized by non-profits or giving speeches at universities on trans rights issues in India.

She’s also been working on creating more opportunities for trans people through her organization Trans Equality Society where she works with other members of the trans community to tackle issues related to employment opportunities and social acceptance of trans people in India.

Beautiful Indian Women 

1. Aishwarya Rai 

Aishwarya Rai is an Indian actress and model who has won numerous beauty pageant titles, including Miss World 1994.

She has also starred in several Bollywood films and Hollywood films, such as The Pink Panther 2 and The Last Legion.

2. Deepika Padukone 

Deepika Padukone is an Indian actress and model who has appeared in numerous Bollywood films, such as Om Shanti Om and Chennai Express.

She has also won several beauty pageant titles, including Miss World 2000.

3.Priyanka Chopra 

Priyanka Chopra is an Indian actress, singer, and film producer who has appeared in numerous Bollywood films, such as Andaaz and Mujhse Shaadi Karogi.

She has also won several beauty pageant titles, including Miss World 2000.

4. Lara Dutta 

Lara Dutta is an Indian actress, model, and beauty queen who was crowned Miss Universe 2000. She has also starred in several Bollywood films, such as Andaaz and Khakee.

5. Sushmita Sen 

Sushmita Sen is an Indian actress and model who was crowned Miss Universe 1994. She has also starred in several Bollywood films, such as Main Hoon Na and Dastaan-e-Mohabbat Salim Anarkali.

6. Sonam Kapoor 

Sonam Kapoor is an Indian actress who has appeared in numerous Bollywood films, such as Saawariya and Raanjhanaa.

These three amazing women are paving the way for future generations of Indian feminists who will continue fighting for equal rights for all genders across India no matter what their background or identity may be!

By leveraging their platforms as public figures they are inspiring millions of people across the globe with their work toward changing lives everyday!

Not only do these women prove that feminism can be beautiful but they serve as reminders that we must never stop fighting until everyone has equal rights everywhere!

These pioneers remind us that change starts within our own communities first!