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Bhavna Toor is the founder and CEO of Shenomics, a mindful-leadership coaching platform to help women live and lead from within.
Bhavna has been mentoring women and impact entrepreneurs for the last 4 years, most recently as an entrepreneur-in-residence at the GSF Global Accelerator and previously as the CEO and Director of the National Social Entrepreneurship Forum in India.
Prior to transitioning to impact entrepreneurship, Bhavna led a successful 8-year long corporate career in finance, most recently as a Vice President and Client Portfolio Manager at Lazard in New York, where she managed product and business development for various hedge fund strategies on its $7 Billion+ Alternative Investments platform.
Bhavna is a passionate leadership coach and motivational speaker and has spoken widely on topics related to leadership and women’s empowerment, including at TEDx. She is the founding member of the Womensphere Global Network and a mentor with Sheroes.
Bhavna has an MBA in Social Innovation and Impact from the NYU-Stern School of Business. She’s lived in 6 countries, and brings a global perspective and sensitivity to her work.
Bhavna Toor is a lead speaker at the Breaking Barriers To Business Growth Step Above event at Mumbai and Bangalore and will be conducting a session on key internal hurdles that stop entrepreneurs from achieving their full potential.
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Did the creators of Masaba Masaba just wake up one morning, go to the sets and decide to create something absolutely random without putting any thought into it?
Anyone who knows about Neena Gupta’s backstory would say that she is a boss lady, a badass woman, and the very definition of a feminist. I would agree with them all.
However, after all these decades of her working in the Indian film industry, is her boldness and bravery the only things worth appreciating?
The second season of Masaba Masaba (2020-2022) made me feel as if both Neena Gupta and her daughter Masaba have gotten typecast when it comes to the roles they play on screen. What’s more is that the directors who cast them have stopped putting in any effort to challenge the actors, or to make them deliver their dialogues differently.
Sullu vows to never, ever speak to Renu again. Every time, a Hindi film song extolls the virtues of ‘Dosti’, she feels a tide of anger within her.
Sullu arrives at the duck-pond and seats herself on ‘their’ bench.
Two girls are standing near the edge of the pond. Around seven or eight years old, they are clutching a bag of food in their hands. They call out making cooing sounds.
Sullu knows what will happen next and watches with amusement.