Female-focused movies and television shows have become much more popular and well-liked throughout time. But while there are countless movies about male friendships and/or male leads and their male sidekicks, there are surprisingly few about women. Recent Bollywood productions that centre on girl squads have been able to hold audiences’ attention. These motion pictures and television programmes depict a group of female friends that have a close relationship and stick together no matter what. These tales have succeeded in touching the audience, particularly ladies, with their combination of funny and heartwarming situations.
Look at these five movies and TV shows for major Female-focused (girl squad) inspiration.
Veere Di Marriage
Female bonding is the focus of the 2018 Hindi film Veere Di Wedding. Starring Kareena Kapoor, Swara Bhasker, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, and Shikha Talsania. The women in the movie have been friends for as long as they can remember. Which helps them get through their particular problems and encourage one another as they succeed.
Four More Shots Please!
Itis a groundbreaking series about a girl squad, featuring Kirti Kulhari, Sayani Gupta, Maanvi Gagroo, and Bani J. Despite its faulty feminism, it unites women from various socioeconomic backgrounds, ages, and social classes who become friends as they battle obstacles presented by men, romantic relationships, and society as women.
The 2017 movie, which Aparna Sen directed, features Lillete Dubey, Shabana Azmi, and Sen in the key characters. The movie follows an evening at one of the homes of these three friends, who are now in their fifties and get together for a night of wine and life reflection. Every young and middle-aged woman in the world ought to see this movie.
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Jahaan Chaar Yaar
The 2022 Hindi film Jahaan Chaar Yaar, starring Swara Bhasker, Shikha Talsania, Meher Vij, and Pooja Chopra, is yet another movie on female friendship. On a vacation to Vaishnodevi and other pilgrimages with their families, four middle-class housewives who become friends bond over a shared hidden wish to take a girl’s trip to Goa and Switzerland.