Romedy NOW celebrates Womanhood with a unique line-up on 8th March

MUMBAI: Celebrate the myriad facets of a woman – fun and funny, tough and tender, witty and wise, intense and impish all at once! This Women’s Day, the exclusive English entertainment channel Romedy NOW celebrates with a lineup dedicated to the girls for what they are – bold and beautifulwith dollops of chutzpah! Enjoy the daylong marathon on Women’s Day, Saturday, 8 March, 8 AM-8 PMwith the best of movies.

The fashionable foursome Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda are the Women of Substance in Sex and the City 2. Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) misses the freewheeling fun after getting married to Mr. Big, Samantha tries to stay young at 52, Charlotte battles her daughter Lily’s ‘terrible twos’, and Miranda quits her job because her boss cannot handle an intelligent and powerful woman like her. But when has mayhem stopped a girl from having fun? The awesome girls go on an all-expense paid trip to Abu Dhabi and experience one adventure after another in the UAE.

Be amazed by the brilliant Julia Roberts as she plays a single mother in Erin Brockovich, a legal assistant who almost single-handedly, brings down a Californian power supply giant to its knees for contaminating the city’s water – even if it means knocking from door to door with a toddler in tow.

Then be bedazzled with her bright smile in The Mona Lisa Smile where sheplays an art professor in the 1950s society, teaching girls to question their conservative societal roles.

There’s the glitz and glamour of the fashion world in The Devil Wears Prada as a young journalist Andrea Sachs (Anne Hathway) lands the job as second assistant to a powerful and demanding fashion mag editor Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep).  As Andy transforms from geek to fashionista, she must make a choice between her dream job and her real life, love, friends and family.

There’s no age for being free-minded! Catch the fun punk rock loving teenager in Juno as she deals with an unplanned pregnancy at 16 and goes through the adult life with teenage fun and freshness.

In Her Shoes will treat you to two sisters who cannot see eye to eye. Throw in a hard to please grandmother who ultimately makes them get along with each other and you have the perfect combination of sibling rivalry and love.

The celebration is not just for a day. Sit with your feet up and relax with Sweet Nothings, a special slot every Wednesday at 1 PM. Your time, your space, your channel, filled with all the great stories of love and laughter at your fingertips.

Charlotte (Jennifer Lopez) has finally found the man of her dreams in Monster-in-Law but his mother Viola Fields (Jane Fonda) is a nightmare who won’t lose her son to Charlie. A fight to be the alpha-female ensues.

War of the roses ensues in Bride Wars when best friends Liv and Emma cross swords after their common wedding planner ends up scheduling their respective weddings on the same day at the same venue! No one will budge and change their wedding date and their claws are sharpened to sabotage the other’s wedding! Enjoy the hilarious ride.


Watch out for more moments of Sweet Nothings in Step Mom and more love in Letters to Juliet.

So let your hair down and enjoy the special treats this Women’s Day only on Romedy NOW!

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