From Indoo Ki Jawani To Tribhanga; These Women Are Topping The Charts On Netflix

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“Where women are honoured, divinity blossoms there.”

There is nothing a woman cannot master, if she wills to! And every woman of this modern century is proving so. Women today are rising like phoenix in every sector. Out of all those one of the major fields today is entertainment.

Celebrating the essence of womanhood, NewsMobile brings you the best for the weekend. From Parineeti Chopra’s “The Girl on the Train”, Divya Dutta’s stellar performance in “Zindagi in Short” to Kiara Advani’s “Indoo ki Jawani”, get your girl gang together; get a big tub of popcorn and chocolates. Binge-watch these awesome, inspiring series/films on International Women’s Day!

Indoo Ki Jawani

Stills from ‘Indoo ki Jawani’

What can go wrong in meeting a guy for one time right? Well, this film surely lets you know of several ways in which it can. “Indoo Ki Jawaani” is fun, quirky and filled with good laughs mostly at the expense of the bizarreness of the situations that “Indoo” aka Kiara Advani goes through in the movie. From what neighbors will say to what is correct. Let’s find out with Indoo!

Where to watch: Netflix

The Girl On The Train

Parineeti Chopra in ‘The Girl On The Train’

A perfect life, a perfect husband, a successful lawyer and a perfect illusion, this Netflix original is definitely a nail-biting, gripping suspense thriller. The plot revolves around a murder mystery wherein the prime suspect suffers with amnesia and alcoholism. Watch how the movie unravels into an ugly and dirty reality…

Parineeti Chopra’s ‘The Girl On The Train’ is the Hindi adaptation of the thriller-themed International bestseller book under the same name.

Where to watch: Netflix

Zindagi In Short

Stills from the series ‘Zindagi in Short’

An anthology of seven short films, tells seven different stories of seven different women who are all part of this very society that we live in. A taken-for-granted homemaker played by Neena Gupta, to a sexually abused married wife’s unexpected turn in life played by Divya Dutta, the film also covers online love across the borders. A common theme in all of them is “standing up for yourself”.

Where to watch: Netflix


Kajol, Mithila Palkar , Tanvi Azmi in ‘Tribhanga’

‘Tribhanga’ is an accurate portrayal of women through various stages of their life. Find out why Kajol as ‘Anuradha’ calls marriage as “social terrorism”. The film portrays real women with all of their challenges in life and how they not only endure it but overcome them with all of their love, strength and determination.

Where to watch: Netflix


Some stills from ‘Moxie’

Inspired by the rebellious women, a group of teenage high school girls publish an anonymous magazine calling the sexism at their school. From pointing out the biased dress code to the principal’s preferism, the girls together realize they can bring change and can take a stand for issues they feel matter.

Where to watch: Netflix

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