In this digital age, bingeing on web series’ has become the new normal, isn’t it? With the rise of OTT services, binge watching marathons and consuming interesting and different content has become easier than ever. This space has also given female actors immense opportunities to do some great and inspiring work, giving us characters and roles that are so real, relatable and inspiring! On Women’s Day today, here’s a list of a few super interesting women characters who are strong and invincible and basically a reflection of each one of us.

Kavya from Little Things

Kavya (Mithila Palkar) won over everyone with her simplicity and honesty. She is independent, strong, and sensitive in measures and passionate about everything she does. Her wit, charm, and maturity in making the relationships around her work while balancing a career makes her a relatable character among us millennials, doesn’t it?

Sakshi from Operation MBBS

Anshul Chauhan plays Sakshi in Dice Media‘s Operation MBBS Season 1 and the upcoming season 2. She portrays a girl from a humble background, who fights against all odds to make it into medical college. Sakshi’s journey is heartwarming, and inspiring, as she makes her way through her medical degree and I’m sure a lot of doctors and aspiring doctors.

Dimple from Mismatched

Driven, ambitious, and fighting off childhood insecurities sounds like lot of us, amirite? That’s why it’s so easy to relate to Dimple‘s character from Mismatched! Played by Prajakta Koli, Dimple is a college student who aspired to become an app developer and a gaming champion as she also discovers love in her life. Even as she faces multiple hurdles and roadblocks along the way, she proves that a woman can do all that a men can and more!

Anjana from 4 More Shots Please

Anjana, played by Kirti Kulhari, is a successful lawyer and a divorced mother who fights the many prejudices of society around her every day. In 4 More Shots Please!, we see her journey in claiming her freedom and living life on her own terms which makes us believe that we are more than what the society around us gives us credit for!

Shikha from The Test Case

Captain Shikha Sharma‘s story in The Test Case is an inspiring and moving one. Played by Nimrat Kaur, Shikha is the first woman to be enrolled in the Indian Army’s Special Armed Forces unit. In an all-male unit, her story traverses her struggle to make her presence felt among the opposite gender and chronicles the strength and determination of a woman who is ready to fight it all.

If you haven’t watched these inspiring women, then now is the time for it! Let us know whose character you loved the most!