A Chance To Meet Rani Mukerji

She is late, even today. She runs briskly towards the jam-packed bridge at the railway station, her hair flying but eyes fixated on the indicator. And then it comes, out of nowhere, like a bolt from the blue. He pinches her where it hurt her the most: her esteem.

He pinches her swiftly, without remorse and tries to disappear among the sea of people on that over crowded bridge. She is numb at first, stung with his touch. Her mind tells her to go ahead meekly, ignoring what has happened while a voice from inside of her persistently screams , โ€œGo, get that b****rd!โ€

Something snaps inside her. She turns around and runs trying to recognise him, as he hides among the masses. She sees his hands; big and broad, trying to locate another hapless victim. She taps him softly on his shoulder. He turns around, unaware. And then, thunder strikes. She slaps him without any inhibition, she slaps him without any intimation. She slaps him and the time stops. His hand rushes to his cheeks, his face flushed with embarrassment. She is shaking all over, with anger and relief. She is Mardaani. It is time to take a stand, raise a voice and swim against the tide. It is time to make this cause personal.

  • Share with us spectacular stories of spectacular women that you have met in your life.
  • We are looking for stories of women who stood up for themselves or others, without any fear or expectations of being lauded. Blog about the untold stories of such living women and bring their stories to light.
  • The blogpost has to have a minimum of 300 words.
  • To get an edge, add a photo of the Mardaani you’ve written about holding a placard that says ‘I AM MARDAANI’.

I am Mardaani

3 winners with inspiring stories of living Mardaani women will be flown to Mumbai, if based in other cities, for a meet with Rani Mukerji, in a special screening of the film at Yash Raj Studios! We will giveaway many more surprises to salute your fearlessness. There are 50 early bird movie merchandise up for grabs.

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You all have a fire and respect for such fiery women. It’s time you blog about it.

Submit your post here to get a chance to meet Rani Mukerji.

The last date for this activity is July 15, 2014.ย 

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43 Replies to “A Chance To Meet Rani Mukerji”

  1. Submitted, Team.
    Please check, and confirm accordingly.

    Hope to bag one of the Movie Merchandise, after that Special mail, I received.
    Fingers Crossed, hoping for the best. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I’d formally like to post my blog post link, now – http://stiryoursouls.blogspot.in/2014/07/revisiting-mardaani-in-my-family-tree.html

    A Brief Intro of the ‘Mardaani’ I’ll be introducing to my readers…

    Introducing to you, the ‘Mardaani’ of MY Family Tree.
    The Wonders – Grit, Courage, Determination & Girl Power can do!

    Managing an entire Empire, of The Malhotra Book Depot single handed – my nieces…

    Monica & Sonica Malhotra Kandhari, who’ve shown their mettle and aptly proved that women can successfully, not only sustain, but also carry forward their fatherโ€™s legacy.

    Dedicated to my Mother, my Veer Ji – Mr. Ashok Kumar Malhotra and the Mardaani Of The Malhotra & Mehta Family. Our Family. :)๏ปฟ

  3. Well for me my mardani is my mom she us most toughest lady I have ever seen since we are 4 daughter my parents brought up all of us very nicely open minded and given us freedom to choose path but our life turned left n right when my dad got brain hamrage and paralysed but my mom never drop a single tear from eyes she showed us that if we think positive if we have believe in ourself we can come out of any problem, financially she said she will don’t ask help and never asked also and emotionally she said if a lady is strong in family no one can touch in bad ways to her family. 7 years she took great care of my dad settled down her all daughters and my dad left us after 7 years and after he left she is so strong she didn’t shattered started her small home venture , learned how to be active on social sites and now she is what she wants … Love you mummy n wish to b your daughter always !!!

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