Bollywood’s beauty Urvashi Rautela recently was awarded the ‘Stree Shakti National Award’ for her achievement in the field of ‘Hindi Silver Screen’ by the hands of Hon’ble Governor Of Maharashtra and Goa Bhagat Singh Koshyari at the Rajbhavan followed by a small celebration for the ones presented with the award.
Urvashi Rautela is filled with gratitude and feels more motivated than ever, she says, “Since I’m the youngest person to ever achieve this honour from the film fraternity / our industry to receive the Stree Shakti National award, I feel blessed.” Furthermore, she elaborates and says, “I believe Shakti is the divine feminine force of creativity and the Mother Goddess. Shakti is most active through womanhood, and also the one that creates all change. It is worshipped as one of the Supreme Being.”
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As a believer in women empowerment, Urvashi Rautela says, “The recognition that this award provides also helps to inspire others to strive for greatness in whatever field they choose. An award such as the Stree Shakti National Award represents the next step in the empowerment of women. In order to empower women, and make them self-reliant, the concept is essential”. The actress has been inspired by this award to do even better in her career and personal life.
On the work front, Urvashi Rautela will be making her Tamil debut with a big-budget sci-fi Tamil film in which she will be playing the role of a microbiologist and an IITian, and later she is going to appear in a bilingual thriller “Black Rose” along with the Hindi remake of “Thirutu Payale 2”. The actress recently got a blockbuster response for her song “Doob Gaye” opposite Guru Randhawa and “Versace Baby” opposite Mohamed Ramadan. Urvashi is starring in a lead role in Jio studio’s web series “Inspector Avinash” opposite Randeep Hooda, which is a biopic based on the true story of super cop Avinash Mishra and Poonam Mishra.