The sparkling, superb, excellent, and magnificent 7th annual Gr8 Women’s Awards opening with wonderful red carpet show’ held in the Roda Al Bustan, Dubai. Essentially, The Gr8 Women’s Awards 2017 organised to appreciate the women achievers. The women achievers from all fields as commerce, art, science, sport and some other ways of life; from middle east and India. The event was poorly managed and more than two hours spent while coming of celebrities. Despite this fact, most of them get their reward of being a strong woman in their one-to-one fields.
2017 Gr8 Women’s Awards Dubai
The glittering night event red carpet where the women respected on the Gr8 Women Awards 2017. They displayed their designer’s outfits, besides, spoke on the topic of women’s liberation. A woman in their field and the status of being honoured on that night. The first celebrity who walks the carpet was Gulshan Grover followed by Lindsay Lohan. The most important thing on occasion was Dubai living Pakistani Lady Ruqaiya Hemani honoured with the Great Woman award on her marketing services in the Middle East. Ruqaiya Hemani’s slogan while receiving the award was “Long Live Pakistan”.
Udta Punjab Alia Bhatt Views
Udta Punjab actress ‘Alia Bhatt’ expresses her views on the occasion of Gr8 Women’s Awards, she said ‘Be yourself. Every time what you want to do it! The life is yours so pass it on the way you like.’ She further added. ‘It’s surely my mother and sister who inspire me and always supports me. Every time they become the voice for me which I need at the time when things fade in front of me. That’s a cliché, but true! She said. On another question, she laughed and said ‘It’s not easy to do anything in Bollywood.’
Esha Gupta, Miss India International 2007 Victor and Indian film actress. She declared that it is not easy for women to make it at anyplace and that they’re always being suppressed in a supposed man’s world. “I think there is a lot to do with the women. However, I am just happy I can see a change in my country. Besides In the whole world now,” she said. Farah Khan, Bollywood choreographer and director, advised women: Not to listen to anybody who expresses them they can’t have it all, for the reason that they are off beam. Her generous words to women are to be familiar with their job well. And not to cry on set whenever things go in the wrong.