This event by Levi's celebrates the strong women of Mumbai & is exactly where you need to be

Here's where you need to be on this International Women's Day!

If there's one thing we know to be true about women around the world, it is the fact that they are unstoppable. Even with so many shackles to break and societal prejudices to deal with, women have today made the world realise that they're a force to reckon with. And these women that we're talking about are not just people we see in movies or the big screen, but everyday heroes who have paved the way for generations to come.

If you're in Mumbai and would like to meet these very women, those who take charge every single day and write their own destinies, Shape My World by Levi's is an event you need to be a part of.

What's Happening?

'Shape My World' is a celebration of women who're unstoppable and unapologetic. These risk-takers, trailblazers, game changers, boundary-pushers are using their voice to make a difference everyday and refusing to settle. The event aims to showcase stories of extraordinary women from varied fields, who have made a difference in their respective communities and the world at large.

This free of cost event will have several such women who have done their level best to be exactly who they are! The speakers and influencers include, path-breaking directors Zoya Akhtar and Meghna Gulzar, unabashed actor Radhika Apte, DJ Raja Kumari, author and journalist Anupama Chopra, screenwriter Shaheen Bhatt, business woman Arushi Sethi, comedian Kaneez Surka, journalist Aabha Bakaya, hockey player Diskit Angmo, Nykaa's founder Falguni Nayar and musician Sandunes, among several others.

These amazing women will be present for an inspirational session where you can expect to hear inspirational stories and know how these amazing women shaped their worlds and of those around them.

Knock Knock

Head to The Great Eastern Home on 8th March and be prepared to be blown away by stories and experiences that can help you shape your own path.

Date: March 8th, 2020

Entry: Free | RSVP Here

Venue: The Great Eastern Home | 25-29, Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Rd, near Rani Baug, Dhaku Prabhuchi Wadi, Byculla East, Byculla, Mumbai

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