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What Does Being “Ladylike” Really Mean?

Actress Srishti Shrivastava says she’s often told that she should be more “ladylike”. Here’s how she deals with it. Special thanks to Yuvaa for the footage!

09/03/2021 1:27 PM
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  • Shivangi S.
    11/03/2021 07:44

    Best part is that you are true to yourself

  • Omkar S.
    10/03/2021 14:56

    Which movie she was in?

  • Pranjal G.
    10/03/2021 09:48

    great artist i wud say

  • Vandana R.
    10/03/2021 06:42

    Budhape mei park mei ja ke laughter exercise karne accepted hai society mei .. Per ladkiyo ka hasne wali bato pe hasna acceptable nhi ... Ye bhi hasne wali hi baat hai.... 😁😁😁😁🤣🤣🤣🤣 Mai toh khil kar hasti hu jab bhi Mujhe hasi aaye... Hasne se health achi rehti hai ... Toh haso kudiyooo 😅😅😃😃

  • Janu P.
    10/03/2021 02:25

    No matter what being a woman is very special we have a lot of multi skills and style and specialty God has given naturally. So why not perish and preserve it in good ways We cannot blame our parents for asking us to behave coz they want us to be respected and appreciated in future. That's the reason we parents will tell and advice girls more than boys. But even boys ..I will ask them to behave properly when my relative comes. Say hi and stay and offer drinks n etc We want our children to be grown as good human being. Doesnt matter rich or normal. Important good soul. But dont discriminate boys vs girls. I am against it. I am seeing a lot f woman current trend is living in, sleeping tgther, drinking and smoking but when comes to thinking broadly in better sense of empowerment..where does it underlined? Like in science or being great in engineering , start up or IT ..where do we empower? How many women are excelling in this even at 21st century...then how many are given chances to pursue their dream? How many allowed to b great in smthg they passion about ..or forced into marriage ? That's how we should value..the way we think, dress, drink and sit and behave doesnt determine are we good women. It's in our brain..u give a house , she makes a home..u give her raw food, she make healthy dish..and u give her baby..she makes ths baby good human being even how difficult it is to be a mother. The toughest job ya,! Should show how good a woman is by proofing be a good leader, show empathy and be kind to all the way up or down at all time. It's difficult but we can try!

  • Ruchita S.
    09/03/2021 21:33

    I just couldn’t stop laughing 😂😂😂😂😂

  • Hervé F.
    09/03/2021 20:09

    I agree with her. Be yourself, believe in yourself no matter what people think and say and you will be unstoppable! She should continue to shine.

  • Joel M.
    09/03/2021 17:43

    BRUT "INDIA" is a FRENCH media who try to destabilized and denigrate india, look what they show to europe about india :

  • Sourabh R.
    09/03/2021 15:54

    Stop judging her. She's just awesome. 🔥

  • Neeraj S.
    09/03/2021 15:22

    Why don't you get your gender changed & become a full fledged Man? It's just a matter of a small surgery. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Laura T.
    09/03/2021 15:22

    What are you a man?

  • Nandkishor G.
    09/03/2021 14:41

    That's the original girl 👍👍

  • Mohammad A.
    09/03/2021 14:31

    You are correct. I think that what she meant is to tone down. Ket your voice be more pleasant. People will listen to you better.

  • Sarita Y.
    09/03/2021 14:30

    We can do laughing yoga ok

  • Faghir B.
    09/03/2021 13:43

    Ladylike, boyish, femboy, feminist...etc . People will never stop judging and point fingers. You just stay true to yourself and laugh as hard and loudly as you can.🙌❤

  • Abdus S.
    09/03/2021 13:34

    Lady should be lady like.....nothing wrong in this. If you are caomparing urself with men then u r ruining your own not men. There is a perfect selection from nature which shoukd be accepted

  • Abhinav A.
    09/03/2021 13:34

    She act awesome in girls hostel.

  • Brut India
    09/03/2021 12:04

    Read more about Srishti Shrivastava here: https://www.hindustantimes.com/bollywood/gulabo-sitabo-s-srishti-shrivastava-on-working-in-mumbai-people-said-how-you-are-here-you-don-t-look-like-a-model/story-63WAHgvu9jFzq5psgq9UzM.html

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