5 Women Who Are Giving Us #GirlBoss Goals

5 Women Who Are Giving Us #GirlBoss Goals

By Shivani Yadav on 12 Sep 2018

Gone are the days when having a woman on a high position was frowned upon but even with the still prevalent inequality, these 5 women have fought all the double standards and have come out strong and successful in their respective fields. So, let us not wait any longer and just get on the inspiration train already!


Lilly Singh

The internationally famous YouTube icon rose to stardom by making comedy sketches on everything from PMS issues to ordering food. And on her vlog channel, you'll constantly find her hustling hard for her dreams and become to ultimate bawse. She is definitely a force to be reckoned with!

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Pooja Dhingra

Pooja Dhingra is a pâtissier who opened India's first macaron store and is also the owner of a bakery chain, Le15 Patisserie, that specializes in French desserts. Running a business is no easy feat but her everlasting love for baking can be seen in the desserts which are like little drops of heaven!

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Trisha Shetty


SheSays founder, Trisha Shetty is a women's rights activist who works towards empowering women to act against sexual violence and increasing girl education. And while her work may not sound glamorous in the conventional sense, she is always standing apart on all the debates where she is fearlessly calling out sexist men.

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Ami Patel

Ami Patel's bio says 'Style Strategist and Style Architect' and that sums up her work quite perfectly because she's one of those few stylists in Bollywood who has an envious body of work. She understands the difference between a clients' demands and needs, and the end product is always something to look out for!

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Gurmehar Kaur

21-year-old, Gurmehar Kaur came into the spotlight after she posting online, "I am not afraid of ABVP,". And even after getting mercilessly trolled with threatening messages, she decided not to back down and continue her fight against all kinds of discrimination. As of 2018, she has been featured in Time Magazine, been a speaker at Harvard and also published a book.

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