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14 Proud Indian Women Who Decided Their ‘Right Age’ To Get Married

These women got married when they felt ready for it, whether that was in their late forties or in their twenties.

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The society we live in does have control to an extent on our lives and sometimes it challenges an individual against their wants and needs. One section that suffers most from this control-seeking nature of society is women.

Every day, we hear some mishaps and incidents like they are not allowed to wear particular clothes or study particular courses. Every time women are forced or convinced to satisfy the assumed values of society. The same goes for a marriage.

But these proud women got married when they felt ready for it, whether that was in their late forties or in their twenties.

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  • Suhasini Mulay, 60

Suhasini Mulay, 60
Image source: Amar Ujala
  • Aditi Rao Hydari, 21

Aditi Rao Hydari, 21
Image source: Pinterest
  • Kareena Kapoor Khan, 32

Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan, 32
image source: India Times
  • Chitrangada Singh, 25

Chitrangada Singh, 25
Image source: FilmiBeat
  • Anushka Sharma, 29

Anushka Sharma, 29
Image source: India Today
  • Neetu Singh, 21

Neetu Singh, 21
Image source: India TV
  • Deepika Padukone, 32

Deepika Padukone, 32
Image source: Harper’s Bazaar
  • Urmila Matondkar, 47

Urmila Matondkar, 47
Image source: Gulf News
  • Preity Zinta, 41

Preity Zinta, 41
Image source: Kraft Bollywood
  • Dia Mirza, 39

Dia Mirza, 39
Image source: Vogue India
  • Farah Khan, 39

Farah Khan, 39
Image source: Daily Hunt
  • Neena Gupta, 49

Sonam Kapoor, 33

  • Bipasha Basu, 37

  • Sonam Kapoor, 33

Sonam Kapoor, 33

 

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