Churails: Women Who Opted For Non-Traditional Careers And Proved There’s No Such Thing As A ‘Man’s Job’

Women in today’s times are taking up non-traditional careers and are proving that no job is restricted to a gender bias criteria anymore.

Janhvi Sharma

August 18, 2020

Entertainment

2 min

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Churails is the first Zindagi original web series streaming from August 11, 2020. The show aims to challenge the hypocrisy of patriarchal societies which curtail women and their rights. The show revolves around a set of strong women , embarking on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment. The show showcases how these women take justice in their hands and so come together to open a detective agency to expose their cheating husbands amongst the city’s elite.

Women in today’s times are taking up non-traditional careers and are proving that no job is restricted to a gender bias criteria anymore.

Here are some women who have set such examples:

  1. Prema Ramappa Nadapatti:
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Prema Ramappa Nadapatti is one lady who is making her way in this male-dominated career option. She is the only female BMTC bus driver-cum-conductor in Bangalore.

 

  1. Rajni Pandit:
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Rajni Pandit went ahead and broke the stereotype of this male dominated industry by becoming Maharashtra’s first woman private investigator.

 

 

  1. Bikerni Gang
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The Bikerni group is one such association of female bikers.  This group of amazing ladies spreads the message of women empowerment and encourages other girls to take up biking as well and break the stereotype of it being a “guy thing”.

 

  1. Shatbi Basu
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Shatbhi Basu is not a mere celebrity, she is considered to be the pioneer of bartending in India with experience which spans over three decades.

These are some women who are proving in real life that no job or occupation is limited to a gender anymore!

Kudos to these real and reel life heroes who are getting out there to change rigid mind sets of the society.

 

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