In today’s era, women are no less than men. The women of today are moving shoulder to shoulder with men and have managed to establish their identity whatever the field is. On the 8th of March, International Women’s Day is celebrated all over the world. The entertainment industry has been trying its best to encourage people to respect women. On this special occasion, Bollywood’s popular singer and Neha Kakkar’s brother Tony Kakkar brings a new song ‘Tum Jaisi Ho’ for all the women out there. Also Read - Ram Gopal Varma Makes a Cringe-Worthy Women's Day Wish, Says Sorry Alexa

The song is sung by Tony Kakkar, written by Tony Kakkar and music is given by Tony Kakkar. The beautiful song refers to every type of women and conveys a message that you are good as you are (Tum Jaisi Ho Tum Acchi Ho). Whether you have scars on your face or you don’t know how to get ready, you are beautiful the way you are. The 2.25 minutes song was released on March 6, 2020, and has garnered 212,816 views so far. Also Read - Entertainment News Today March 09, 2020: Babita Kapoor Mimics Karisma Kapoor's Pose From Mentalhood Poster, Cute Video Goes Viral



Watch the song here:

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The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day, which has been celebrated on March 8 since 1913, is #EachforEqual. It’s a global call to motivate people to think about gender equality.



There are many more songs which dedicate, inspire and highly motivate the women. Songs like Deepika Padukone’s Piku, Kangana Ranaut’s Jugni from Queen, Alia Bhatt’s Dear Zindagi title track, Priyanka Chopra’s Ziddi Dil or the amazingly best Pink Anthem are few of the gems in the Women’s Day songs collection.

In 1911, as a result of the Copenhagen initiative, International Women’s Day was marked for the first time on 19 March in several nations like Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland and more than one million women and men attended rallies.  In 1913 finally, March 8 was finally selected and ever since this day is celebrated as IWD. In the year 1975, the United Nations started celebrating the day.