International Women's Day 2020: Bollywood Extends Special Wishes To Fans & Followers

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As the world celebrates International Women’s Day, which is observed on March 8 across the world, social media was flooded with a lot of wishes for women.

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As the world celebrates International Women’s Day, which is observed on March 8 across the world, social media was flooded with a lot of wishes for women's power. Bollywood celebrities also took to social media to cheer for women with inspiring messages. While Taapsee stated she did their bit towards change with Thappad, filmmaker Karan Johar went on to state that women don’t need a celebration or a validation. Other celebrities that posted wishes include Twinkle Khanna, Malaika Arora, Kiara Advani, and others. 

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