- "There's nothing women can't do," wrote Kareena Kapoor
- "Happy Women's Day to the most strong woman of my life," wrote Virat
- "And to the one who's going to grow up to be like her mother," he added
Kareena Kapoor marked International Women's Day on Monday by sharing her picture with her newborn son for the first time on social media and we can't keep calm. The actress welcomed her second baby with her husband, actor Saif Ali Khan, on February 21. In the picture, Kareena can be seen taking a selfie while holding her baby. She wrote: "There's nothing women can't do. Happy Women's Day, my loves." Kareena and Saif Ali Khan are already parents to a four-year-old son named Taimur. Other than Kareena Kapoor, Bollywood celebs like Anushka Sharma, Madhuri Dixit, Shilpa Shetty, Neena Gupta, Mira Rajput, Angad Bedi, Rhea Kapoor, Vaani Kapoor, Kunal Kemmu and cricketer Virat Kohli also wished their fans on Women's Day with heartwarming posts on social media but more on that later.
First, check out Kareena Kapoor's post here:
Virat Kohli, who is married to actress Anushka Sharma, posted a picture of the actress and their little girl and wrote: "Seeing the birth of a child is the most spine chilling, unbelievable and amazing experience a human being can have. After witnessing that, you understand the true strength and divinity of women and why God created life inside them. It's because they are way stronger than us men. Happy Women's Day to the most fiercely, compassionate and strong woman of my life and to the one who's going to grow up to be like her mother. And, also a Happy Women's Day to all the amazing women of the world." Later in the day, Anushka Sharma picked a cute photo from her childhood.
"Let's celebrate the strong ones, the silently resilient ones, the ones who break themselves down to become better, more aware nurturers. The ones through whom we have all come to be. The mothers!" she captioned it.
Madhuri Dixit, in her Women's Day-special post, expressed "gratitude to all the women who have been a part of her journey." Her post also features late choreographer Saroj Khan, who died in July last year. "My humble gratitude to all the women who have been a part of my journey and who continue to inspire me. Happy Women's Day. Which strong woman avatar from my films do you like the most?" the actress wrote in the caption of her post.
Anil Kapoor's daughter and producer Rhea selected priceless throwback pictures from her family album, also featuring late actress Sridevi, and shared them on social media. An excerpt from her post read: "It's women's day and today we should all take a moment to wish the women who raised us, who always did their best, the best they knew how. They were all of all shades, values, beliefs, desires but tried to keep their individual selves alive while raising us. I'm now learning how difficult that could be. To love and value yourself first before you get caught up in taking care of everyone else.
Shilpa Shetty shared this post on Women's Day:
Neena Gupta, the star of films like Badhaai Ho and The Last Color, first shared a throwback photo from her childhood and then a black and white picture with her daughter, designer Masaba Gupta. "Ma papa bhai aur main happy women's day," she captioned the throwback picture and for the other post, she wrote: "Aur ab me and my beti Happy women's day."
Actor Angad Bedi posted a picture of himself and his wife, actress Neha Dhupia, from their wedding album and wrote: "Today and every day, Neha Dhupia. #womensday. PS: Mool mantra is 'ek chup sau (100) sukh'."
"Women of substance, women of strength, women of perseverance and women of love; You inspire me! I wouldn't be me, if it wasn't for you! Hand in hand, and heart to heart, our strength compounds with the strength in each other. It's the lionesses that keep the 'pride' together. Happy Women's Day to all of you," read Mira Rajput's post.
Take a look at Vaani Kapoor and Kunal Kemmu's posts here:
And here's what Rakul Preet Singh shared:
Happy Women's Day to all!