Odiha News: Indian women today have achieved success in every field, be it education, health, science, politics, movie, business, or any other field. In many areas, Indian women are ahead of men, but what is the connection of 23 March. Today we will tell you three Indian women born on 23 March who achieved heights on their own in their fields.
The three Indian women names are Smriti Irani, Kangana Ranaut, and Kiran Mazumdar Shaw. These three Indian women were born on 23 March, although the year is different. Let us know about them in a little detail and watch their life a little closer.
Three Indian women earned a name for themselves, who are from different fields
Smriti Irani was born on 23 March 1976 in Delhi. And she belongs to a Punjabi and Bengali family. Smriti did her schooling at Holy Child Auxilium School, but after 12th, she gave up her studies and pursued a career. Irani has two sisters; Smriti is the eldest sister among them.
He started working at a very young age so that he could support his family. Smriti heard that she also wanted to become a journalist, but after being rejected by a news channel, she gave up the idea. Later, she came to Mumbai to try her career in modeling and acting, but she had to struggle a lot for it, and during the days of struggle, she also worked in a McDonald’s in Mumbai.
Later in 1998, she participated in the Femina Miss India Contest, and she was one of the finalists in this competition. Her life changed from here, and in the year 2000, she worked in the serial Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. In a few days, her character Tulsi Virani became very much liked by the people, and in a few days, she became a well-known name in every house in India.
Smriti joined politics in 2003 and joined the BJP. In a very short time, she was able to achieve success in politics as well. In 2004, Smriti was made Vice President of Maharashtra Youth Wing. In 2010, Smriti Irani was made the National Secretary of the BJP and also the President of the Women’s Wing of the BJP.
In 2014, she contested the election in Amethi against Rahul Gandhi and gave him a tough fight. Let us tell that Amethi is considered to be the stronghold of the Gandhi family. Pleased with this performance, BJP gave her the HRD ministry and she was one of the youngest ministers in Narendra Modi’s cabinet.
In the 2019 election, Smriti did what few people expected. Smriti defeated Rahul Gandhi in his stronghold Amethi by more than 55000 votes.
In 2001, Smriti married her childhood friend Zubin Irani and had a son and daughter. This was Zubin Irani’s second marriage, and he was previously married to Mona Irani. And from that marriage, he has a daughter named Shanelle.
Kiran Mazumdar Shaw
Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, who created Biocon, India’s largest biotech company also a former chairperson of IIM Bangalore. And she got many awards in the field of science and chemistry for her contribution. In 2017, Forbes included her in the 100 Most Powerful Women; before that, she was also on that list in 2015 and 2016.
Kiran Mazumdar was born on 23 March 1953 in a Gujrati family in Pune, Maharashtra, and later shifted to Bangalore. She completed her schooling at Bishop Cotton Girls School in Bangalore and B.Sc from Bangalore University in 1970. After that, she went to Australia to study further. After studying, she thought of starting her own business, which was never easy, especially for women. At that time, the word Bio-Technology was also a new word for many people of India, due to which banks were not ready to give a loan to Kiran Mazumdar.
Kiran Mazumdar Shaw is an inspiration for many Indian women, especially for Indian women who want to do something independently.
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But all this did not stop Kiran Mazumdar Shaw from achieving her dream. In the early days, she had to deal with many problems, many people refused to work with her, and her first employee was a retired garage mechanic. Very soon after starting the business, she achieved success. The first year, she bought a 20-acre land where they built an R&D unit from the profit made. In 1998, Kiran Mazumdar married John Shaw, a Scottish citizen, and Kiran Mazumdar became Kiran Mazumdar Shaw. Her net worth as of today is $4.1 billion.
Kangana Ranaut, who is often called Queen of Bollywood, is from a small town in Himachal Pradesh, Bhambla, and was born on 23 March 1987. Her grandfather was an IAS officer, and her father was a businessman. Her mother was a teacher in the government school. She also has a brother and a sister.
Going against the family at the age of 16, Kangana decided to come to Mumbai, and she came to Mumbai. She later went to Delhi for a few days and started modeling there. After a few days, she returned to Mumbai again and started auditioning here. For the first time, Anurag Basu gave her a chance in his movie Gangster, and that movie achieved a lot of success at the box office. When Kangana’s first movie was released, she was only 19 years old. Hardly anyone has achieved success in Bollywood on her own at such a young age.
After that, Kangana has given many hit films such as Wo Lamhe, Life in a Metro, and her first time for Best Supporting Actress Award for Fashion directed by Madhur Bhandarkar.
Even after that, Kangana gave many hits, but her biggest hit was the Mean Picture Queen in 2014. And this was the biggest hit because this movie was due to Kangana; there were not many roles of the hero in it. There are very few films in the Hindi movie world that were a hit because of their actress rather than its actor. Kangna received the National Film Award for Best Actress for this movie.
In 2020 Kangana received the Padma Shri Award, which is India’s fourth-largest Civilian Award. Kangana Ranaut has expressed her opinion in many serious matters, and she is identified as a patriot. She has been very vocal about her religion and culture, and recently she has been given Y plus category security. After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, Kangana raised the demand for a CBI inquiry.She is a source of inspiration for many Indian women today.
So these were three Indian women born on 23 March, and all three had one thing in common: the three had no godfather. Despite this, they not only knocked on the door of success but also broke into it.