Women`s Day: Isha Koppikar Narang motivates women to pursue their dreams
March 8 is celebrated every year as International Women’s Day 2023 to focus on gender equality, bridge the gap and give women equal opportunities and status in society, and celebrate being a woman. Actress Isha Koppikar brought the Women’s Day celebrations to the fore a little earlier when she attended an awards ceremony in the small town of Pandharpur last weekend. Isha Koppikar has been someone to look up to for women since her journey in the industry and continues to be a source of inspiration.
Isha presented the awards to women who had worked hard for their achievements and patted them on the back for all their achievements and future plans! She gave them the courage to dream and the certainty that they could be whoever they wanted to be. She said: “It was just lovely to see such ambitious girls full of determination and dreams in their eyes! They were extremely passionate and I think they just needed a push in the right direction. Awards and events like this are a great way to encourage and support such women and what better way could be to celebrate Women’s Day than this?”
international Women’s Day is an annual event that celebrates all the great things women have accomplished. It’s a way to show how women have and continue to influence the world. In addition to commemorating brilliant women, it is also used as a day to draw attention to and raise awareness of issues faced by women past and present.
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At work, Isha was last seen in Abhay Nihalani’s political satire, Love You Loktantra, where she plays a politician who aspires to be prime minister. She also has the web series, Surranga, in her cat, which revolves around a true incident based on a bank robbery.
Though the actor has juggled several projects, she has turned her attention to her political duties as the chairwoman of the Bharatiya Janta Party’s Women’s Transport Branch. “I go to the political office once a week, especially when I am in Mumbai, to understand what I can do [do] for women in this field. As a wife, mother and wife who is also involved in the hospitality industry, I choose projects that are [worth my while]she had told mid-day.com in an interview last year.