The women have redefined movements and revolutions with their roaring supremacy like never before and while they take on the world in full spring, especially this Women’s Day, Bollywood actors Sanjay Dutt, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn and filmmakers Karan Johar, Madhur Bhandarkar and others were seen “saluting” the female power. Sharing pictures of the women in their lives, the hunks were seen putting out heartwarming messages. Also Read - Akshay Kumar Takes Wife Twinkle Khanna To Hospital, Drives Through Deserted Roads of Mumbai

Taking to his Instagram handle, while Sanjay wrote, “To the strong and powerful women who never stop teaching and inspiring me. It’s your day not just today, but every single day. Thank you Trishala, Iqra, Mom & Maanayata for always making me the best version of myself. Love you all so much #WisdomFromWomen #WomensDay2020 (sic)”, Ajay gushed, “Verified
The women in my life- my mother, sisters, wife, teachers & daughter spell strength. Saluting them (sic).” Also Read - From Akshay Kumar to Ram Charan, Celebs Who Have Made Major Donations Amid Coronavirus Outbreak



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On Twitter, Akshay shared a NatGeo film on Swachh Bharat revolution. He captioned it, “Girls across India are leading better lives, finishing school and staying safe with a simple, yet important change. This #WomensDay, happy to share with you all @NatGeoIndia’s film on the @swachhbharat revolution. Today at 7 PM on National Geographic. #SwachhShakti @PMOIndia (sic).” Karan, on the other hand, tweeted, “Women don’t need a celebration or any validation! That’s what a man needs when he truly understands the power, the impact and the force of a woman! #HappyWomensDay2020 (sic).”

Sharing a collage featuring most of his female-centric films including Corporate, Heroine, Fashion and Page 3 among others, filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar wrote, “‪My home, my life , my movies and every moment of happiness is incomplete without you; only you can complete my world. #HappyWomensDay2020 (sic).”

Women’s Day is celebrated internationally on March 8 every year. The day was recognised by the United Nations in 1975 and has created a theme each year for the celebration ever since. The theme for International Women’s Day 2020 is #EachforEqual, recognising all of the actions we can take as individuals to challenge stereotypes, fight prejudice and celebrate women’s achievements. Last year, the theme was #BalanceForBetter, which aimed to encourage gender balance in boardrooms, in the media and in wealth as a way for economies to thrive.