Actress Sriti Jha plays Pragya in the popular television series, Kumkum Bhagya. Her character started out as a meek and docile girl who gets married to a rockstar Abhishek Mehra to save her sister. From being a weak and tortured at the hands of her sister-in-law Aliya and her husband’s ex GF Tanu to giving it back to her haters and fighting odds, Pragya has been an inspiration in every sense of the word.
Always loving and looking out for her family, Pragya is the shield that guards her near ones against any and every danger.
2. Dr. Preeta Arora And Srishti Arora From Kundali Bhagya
The sister duo, Preeta and Srishti from Kundali Bhagya, is as different as chalk and cheese. One is a effeminate, part shy part bold doctor who would go to any lengths for her loved ones while Srishti is more of a bindass, happy-go-lucky types. The latter is not the kind to let anyone walk over her, and is quite capable of tackling problems for herself and her Preeta Di.
3. Zara Kabeer Ahmed From Ishq Subhan Allah
If there is one female character on television who has been a true blue feminist, it’s Zara (Siddiqui) Ahmed from Ishq Subhan Allah. She has fought battles of her own, against her husband, her in-laws and sometimes even her parents to stand for what is right. A staunch advocate of equal rights for women, Zara never let’s anything wrong happen on her clock.
4. Jodha Bai From Jodha Akbar
A fierce warrior and a Rajput princess, Jodha Bai readily married a Mughal emperor in order to protect the kingdom. However, she didn’t let the political climate change her value system, nor did she succumb to any pressure meant to test her from time to time.
Prior to her marriage, Archana would take care of the entire household and never let her parents do any work. She never let any hurdle stop her from spreading love and happiness, and imparted the same values to her children.
All these women and many more have led by example, inspiring us to be a better version of ourselves. We tip our hat to all of them out there!