Never let the girl in you stop dreaming, Mollywood stars greet women on International Women’s Day


When the world celebrates International Women’s Day on Sunday, Mollywood stars took to social media to extend their greetings to all women.Stars including Prithviraj, Tovino Thomas, Unni Mukundan, Mamta Mohandas, Nyla Usha and others greeted Women’s day wishes with their posts on social media.

Prithviraj greeted women’s day with special dedication to his wife Supriya. The Lucifer director described his wife as the strongest women he knows.



“Happy Women’s Day! Here’s an insight into one of the strongest women I know. Oh..I also happened to be married to her!,” wrote Prithviraj. He also shared a screenshot of Supriya’s interview aired on a private news portal.

Actor Tovino Thomas greeted women’s day by sharing a pic with his wife and daughter.

His co-star in Forensic, Mamta Mohandas has given a powerful message to women on the special occasion through her Instagram post.

“Look Behind at all amazing things you have created to get the courage and determination to Look Beyond ... you are innately powerful,” wrote actress Mamta Mohandas.

Like Mamta, Porinju Mariyam Jose actress Nyla Usha also wrote a powerful message to inspire the women.

"Little girls with dreams become women with vision". Never let the girl in you stop dreaming. Happy Women's Day,” wrote Nyla Usha.

Unni Mukundan’s greetings must be left a smile on the face of all. He shared his photo which featured him as a woman in the movie ‘Chaanakyan’.

“A beautiful woman is like a painting and remains beautiful no matter how old she is...Remember, beauty is never skin deep. Happy woman’s day,” wrote the actor.

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