7 Times Bollywood Daughters Made Their Parents Proud And Inspired Us

When we talk about the girl child, there have been a lot of issues in India. In the recent years, major celebrities and the government are advocating regarding saving the girl child by showing what girls can do. In recent years, Bollywood has started reflecting the same in their movies and here are some daughters from movies who made their parents proud.

In recent years, Bollywood has started reflecting the same in their movies and here are some daughters from movies who made their parents proud.

1. Geeta Phogat

Based on a real-life daughter who made India proud, Geeta played by Fatima Sana Shaikh in the movie fulfills her father’s dream and it is at that moment you know that we can do anything we want in life.

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2. Piku

Seldom has it been shown in the movies that daughters too can take care of their parents. Here, Piku (Deepika Padukone) is a strong and an independent woman who juggles everything from her job to her personal life.

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3. The Chak De! India girls

The movie was about girls from all different parts of the country and learning to co-exist together and at the same time doing something for the nation.

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4. Neerja

Sonam Kapoor as Neerja made us all sit up and take notice of both these women. There clearly are more like them somewhere.

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5. Mary Kom

Another story based on a real-life hero who is not only a daughter everyone would want to have but is also a very capable mother who, against all odds, did something for the nation.

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6. Meera

Meera (Anushka Sharma) in NH10 proved that in dire situations girls can take control. She was not shown as someone who could murder people but her situations made her take quick and difficult decisions which showcase her inner strength. Even in real life, Anushka did a great job as a producer on this one.

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7. Geet

Geet (Kareena Kapoor Khan) showed us that is okay to love yourself even when her parents might not admire her because she keeps running away from her home. But we all know that it takes guts to do something like that. And in the end, all worked out well.

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