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A 21-year-old Mumbaikar Pays Tribute To Bold Female Movie Charaters In The Most Creative Way

Shivani Gorle, a 21-year-old advertising graduate from a KC college of Mumbai found a creative way of appreciating the bold and strong female characters in various revolutionary films.

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The idea was born when Shivani was browsing through Netflix and came across a category called ‘featuring a strong female lead’.
 

From Vidya Balan in the dirty picture to the Kumari, played by Alia Bhatt in Udta Punjab, Shivani is spreading an important message – “The idea behind Queens on Screen is that the heroine is just as badass as the hero. That she doesn’t need to talk, dress or behave in a particular way to win hearts. Or not win hearts. Because she can do whatever she wants.” 

Scroll down to view her artwork:
 
1. Silk, played by Vidya Balan in The Dirty Picture (2011): Dedicated to the bold, relentless and unapologetic Qandeel Baloch.
 
 "Jab zindagi ek baar mili hai... toh do baar kyun soche?" (When you're only given life once... why think twice?)
 
 
2. Rose, played by Kate Winslet in Titanic (1997)
 
 
 “It’s not up to you to save me, Jack.”
 
 
3. Rani, played by Kangana Ranaut in Queen (2013)
 
“Main apni honeymoon pe akeli aayi hoon.” (I’ve come alone on my honeymoon.)
 
 
4. Joy, played by Jennifer Lawrence in Joy (2015)
“I don’t need a prince.”
 
5. Nina, played by Natalie Portman in Black Swan (2010)
 
“I just want to be perfect.”
 
6. Kumari, played by Alia Bhatt in Udta Punjab (2016)
 
Lallua nahi hain hum, hockey champion.” (I’m not a fool; I’m a hockey champion.)
 
 
7. Hermoine, played by Emma Watson in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (2011)
 
“Mudblood, and proud of it.”
 
8. Geet, played by Kareena Kapoor in Jab We Met (2007)
 
“Main apni favorite hoon.” (I am my favourite.)
 
 
9. Juno, played by Ellen Page in Juno (2007)
“I’m giving you the gift of life; screaming, pooping life.”
 
 
10. Jess, played by Parminder Nagra in Bend It Like Beckham (2002)
“Anyone can cook Aloo Gobi, but who can bend a ball like Beckham?”
 
 
11. Sacha, played by Rachel McAdams in Spotlight (2015)
“I’m here, because I care.”
 
 
12. Shashi, played by Sridevi in English Vinglish (2012)
“Thank you for teaching me how to love myself.”
 
 
13. Miranda, played by Meryl Streep in The Devil Wears Prada (2006)
“Truth is there’s no one that can do what I can do.”
 
 
14. Mastani, played by Deepika Padukone in Bajirao Mastani (2015)
“Mastani apni taqdeer khud likhti hai.” (Mastani writes her own destiny.)
 
 
15. Shosanna, played by Mélanie Laurent in Inglourious Basterds (2009)
“Marcel, burn it down.”
 
 
16. Aibileen, played by Viola Davis in The Help (2011)
                                                                                   “You is kind, you is smart, you is important.”
 
 
Source: Queens OnScreen facebook channel 
 
 
 
 
 

Comments (1)
priyanka kumari very creative.
28 Dec 2016 Reply

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