Every women is working in the world but their are only a few who earn. Today women has come long way crossing the hurdles, benchmarks, criticism and torture today they have achieved alot of success and acknowledgment in the world through their hardworking and dedicated spirit and we don’t need a marked day to celebrate it.

We are working today, we are independent today but still the constant criticism, taunts and body shaming and much more make us think about ourselves. In the pressure of satisfying others, to be what they want us to be, to find the perfect match for us, get a dream job – we forget to love ourselves.

This International women’s day “tumhari pyaari sulu” actress took the her Instagram platform to share the message of self love and self respect with every women in the world.

#happyWomensday to me and to you …and to us all 💐! #ItsTime to #EmbraceYourself 🤗 …. starting today if you’ve never done it before…
#ItsTime to love yourself body,mind & soul.. just the way you are!
Lets Not wait to become thinner or fairer or smarter or hotter or cooler or richer or more successful or anything that you are not already…before you can #LOVE yourself.
#ItsTime to say goodbye to every judgement that makes you feel lesser and
#ItsTime to say #YouCanLeaveNow to the inner critic who says #ImAmNotGoodEnough .
#ItsTime to know that there’s no need to become the best version of yourself.You are the best you can be today…and 2mrw is another day…so you will be the best you can be 2mrw too.Best Not in comparison to anyone else.Just #TheBestYou…cuz how can there be a Best in a world of individuals !?? 🌟.
This picture inspired me to write this post so thank you @glowinggoddessgetaway 🙏.
If you agree with me and feel like you want to share something ,please use the #ItsTime and tag me 🙂.
Here’s to #SelfLove today & everyday ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️…..!!

Wishing everyone #happywomensday the actress was also open to comments and asked others to share their story.

Well, Vidya you never fail to inspire us!

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