We are lucky that we are not living in the era our grandmothers or mothers lived in where career choices were so limited or probably nil. But then a revolution happened in our country, be women driving to workplaces or the Metoo movement or anytime whenever women chose to ask for their space or to have an opinion. From the country, we come from it is considered to be a privilege for women of our generation to choose a profession of her own choice. Here are 14 women who paved their way to victory in their respective career choices but with oodles of swag.
Ami Patel, Stylist
If you are surfing through Instagram, fashion websites you have definitely noticed Ami Patel’s work. She was the former fashion director at L’Officiel and the Creative Director of Harper’s Bazaar. Ami has experienced all aspects of styling in her decade long journey where she stands out with her vast portfolio in which she has styled all the A-listers in Bollywood from Priyanka Chopra, Alia Bhatt to Isha Ambani and Nita Ambani. Ami has transformed her passion into a profession while recreating the best looks for the people in the industry.
Bandana Tewari, Fashion journalist
She is a journalist, a sustainability activist, also the fashion features editor at Vogue India and one of the most influential names in the fashion business. Awarded as the fashion journalist of the year in 2006, Bandana has written for the most Indian fashion magazines and newspapers. Her tribute to the entertainment industry is immense.
Avani Chaturvedi, Pilot
Avani at the age 25 became the first female pilot to take a solo flight in Bison MiG-21 in 2018. Completing her cynical training from the Hyderabad Air Force Academy she with her determination managed to pass the Indian Air Force exam. Based from a small district in Rajasthan she has completed her BTech in computer science. She was highly influenced by her brother who also is an army officer who let her to IAF. And as of today she is been posted in one of the forward air bases of the IAF, making every Indian feel proud.
Ameera Shah, Entrepreneur
Ameera Shah is an Indian business visionary and the Managing Director of Metropolis Healthcare, a global chain of pathology focuses situated in Mumbai, with nearness in seven nations. She is the originator and executive of Metropolis Healthcare. She used to work with Goldman Sachs in New York. Afterward, she finished the Owner-President Management Program at Harvard Business School. Shah is an industry representative and has been included as a speaker in different National and International gatherings, industry occasions and conferences. She has spoken at occasions composed by Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Harvard Business School, TED, CII
Hima Das, Runner
Hima Das nicknamed as the Dhing Express, is an Indian runner from the territory of Assam. She holds the present Indian national record in 400 meters with the record of 50.79 s that she timed at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia. She is the main Indian competitor to win a gold award in a track occasion at the IAAF World U20 Championships. In April 2018, Das contended in the 2018 Commonwealth Games at Gold coast, Australia, where she completed 6th.Later at the 2018, Das won a silver medal in which was held out at Asian Games. She was honoured with the Arjuna Award on September 2018 by the President of India and also the first ever youth ambassador of UNICEF India in the same year.
Radhika Nair, Model
The supermodel Radhika Nair who was the first Indian model to walk for Demna Gvasalia Balenciaga SS17 appear in Paris. Radhika was exploring the modeling industry and finally decided to step in 2012. She moved from Bangalore to Mumbai to seek as a full-time vocation. She has shown up in campaigns for Chloé shot by Steven Meisel, Versus Versace, H&M X Erderm and Net-a-Porter. Radhika who has been recognized internationally in magazines like Vogue (Ukraine, Germany, Russia), W Magazine, Harpers Bazaar (US, UK, India), Dazed, Numéro China, and Elle (India).
Anjum Moudgil, Shooter
Anjum Moudgil is an Indian game shooter who is from Chandigarh representing India globally. As of now seeking after her Masters in games brain research. Prior in 2018, she won a silver award in the ladies 50m Rifle 3 Positions (3P) occasion at the ISSF World Cup in Mexico. In 2018, she won the silver medal at the Commonwealth Games (CWG) where she shot 455.7 focuses, with scores of 151.9 in stooping and 157.1, in the ladies 50m rifle 3 positions occasion. In the capability round, she has also broken the CWG Qualifying record by a noteworthy edge where Moudgil has scored 589 (196 in stooping, 199 in inclined and 194 in standing).
Ruchika Sachdeva, Designer
The victory at the 2018 Woolmark prize, Ruchika Sachdeva is a consolidated Indian designer with moderate and gender neutrality structures to turn into the voice of age of ladies who look for manageable textures and pared-down shapes. Sachdeva started her profession at the Pearl Academy in Delhi, and later moved to London in 200. During that time she interned at Vivienne Westwood and sourced textures from used stores and made her own articles of clothing, which her companions began purchasing. Sachdeva came back to India in 2010, making her introduction as a “Gen Next Designer” at Lakme Fashion Week. Her brand name, Bodice, propelled in 2011 and was exhibited amid the Autumn/ Winter 2011 season at Lakme Fashion Week. Her brand made a mark when given a lift by winning the Vogue India Fashion Fund competition in 2014, furnishing to develop Bodice.
Malini Agarwal, Entrepreneur
For a long time from 2008, Malini Agarwal juggled a full-time day work, at a radio show and later started a blog, MissMalini.com, about her encounters in Mumbai. At the point when a reaction to the blog attracted brands, her companion and now accomplice d Malini had seen the business capability of blogging, offered to help her. “Around then I had joined channel V to turned into their advanced substance head and I was all the while doing radio and as yet composing the segment. reviews Agarwal, 40, organizer and inventive executive, MissMalini Entertainment, at her office in Santacruz, Mumbai.
Yashaswini Samat, CEO – Gray
Yashaswini Samat who has been driving Gray’s greatest customer, P&G for the AMEA area, will include her present duties and has been elevated to executive and overseeing chief, Gray Group India. Samat, an MBA move on from IIM (Kolkata), is the main lady heading Gray Group India and joins a settled arrangement of cultivated and fruitful ladies CEOs at Gray. A Gray veteran of 25 years, Samat joined as a record executive at Pantene. Through the span of her vocation, she has worked in different markets, driving incorporated methodologies and correspondence plans for huge brands just as a scope of P&G brands. She has driven and guided substantial groups crosswise over various topographies (Europe, Asia and North America), different teaches and societies. Before moving back to Asia, Samat was the worldwide brand organization pioneer for Pantene based out of New York.
Guneet Monga, Film Producer
The documentary movie ‘Period. End of Sentence’, packed away the Academy Awards in the Documentary Short Subject class, with a stir of discussions in the nation. The movie is coordinated by Iranian-American movie producer Raykar Zehtabchi and maker Guneet Monga. At 35, she has produced notable Bollywood movies like ‘Masaan’, ‘The Lunchbox’, ‘Gangs of Wasseypur 1’. ‘Period. End of Sentence’ is one of her best-produced feature film behind this strong the taboo of the monthly cycle. The 26-minute film pursues young ladies in Hapur in Uttar Pradesh and their involvement with the establishment of a pad machine in their town made a rage, not just in the industry but also the society we are living in. The Oscars have definitely paved the way ahead for her and we cannot take any less pride in it.
Anahita Dhondy, Chef
Anahita is an Institute of Hotel Management Aurangabad and Le Cordon Bleu London Graduate, who longed for cruising the world over. Her mind-blowing venture, today has turned into a social mascot and an adolescent symbol and an innovator. At a youthful age of 27, Anahita Navroze Dhondy is the Chef at the Bombay Irani Cafe and Bar, SodabottleOpenerWala. Her honours incorporate ‘The Young Chef’ grant, Times Food Award and the title of ‘Indian of the year’. Anahita additionally appeared on prime-time TV, as a judge in an as of late closed TV sustenance show called “Femme Foodies” which broadcast on Living Foodz where she imparted the phrase to Chef Ranveer Brar and Chef Shagun Mehra.
Natasha Naegamavala, Hairstylist
Natasha with the most illustrious career path with a work span of more than three decades has carved her own journey as a hairstylist. Started at the young age of 17 working at her mom’s salon, she has worked as the Director of the Nalini and Yasmin Salon. Natasha is an inspiration for every individual who thinks that you just need your passion to move out of the door. And the reason behind her motivation has always been her clients, mentors, and peers.
Ritu Dalmia, Chef
Ritu Dalmia needs no introduction to her unquenchable food for perpetual gastronomic advancement and her accumulation of fine wines has warmed numerous hungry souls. Chef Dalmia’s relationship with Italian food started amid her visits to Italy while she was supporting her family’s marble business. At the age of twenty-one, she began her first cafe, Mezzaluna in Delhi, which was, in her words, ‘a brilliant catastrophe’ thus, following three years she shut shop. Moving to London she propelled the much worshipped Indian eatery Vama, with her accomplice Andy Verma, which was a thundering achievement. Her heart, in any case, yearned to come back to India. In this way, she came back to Delhi in 2000 and opened DIVA with her companion Gita Bhalla. She currently claims and deals with a number of six one of a kind cafes in Delhi, just as a flourishing providing food business. She is the host of two tremendously famous shows on television – Italian Khana and Traveling Diva on NDTV Good Times, notwithstanding composing three cookbooks – Italian Khana, Traveling Diva – Recipes from around.