Zindagi Gulzar Hai is a Pakistani drama which revolves around two main chatacters. One of the main character is Kashaf. Kashaf is a young woman who undegoes many obstacles to be successful. She lives a life of poverty without the support or love of her father. Despite the fact that her father urged her to stop her studies and settle down to get married, she still continued to study in Pakistan's best, top class university. After years of struggling, Kashaf graduates as one of the top students in her class as well as a high paying job where she receives the respect she deserves. This drama relates to many of the women who live in Pakistan who go through the stuggles Kashaf experienced.
There are few women in the labor force in Pakistan. In order for Pakistan to grow economically, women need to be involved in the workforce. There is a new “Gig Economy” in Pakistan dedicated to help women receive jobs, especially in fields such as IT or programming where are are little to no women involved.
The Taliban believe that women should not receive an education. But Malala Yousafzai demands that women receive an education. She has inspired many girls to go to school and go further in their education as well as fight for what you believe in.
Women’s rights in Pakistan are at an all time low. There are few women in Pakistani politics. With those few women, they still do not receive the respect they deserve. Women need to rise up in politics so that the women of Pakistan can have equal rights as men.
Peggy Carter is one of the symbols for feminism, especially in the workforce where there are mostly men. The exact same thing happens in Pakistan. Women have to work harder to prove themselves worthy. It's even harder in the workforce where there are mostly men. Agent Peggy Carter works flawlessly in the workforce, yet she still does not receive the credit she deserves. Much like the women of Paksitan.
Women in pakistan have very little rights. When it comes to divorce and custody, inheritance and society; women are considered to be below men. A pakistani lawyer named Mehnaz tells the story of her journey to become a lawyer despite what society or her family says. She also mentions the cases she had to take regarding the injustice that women have to go through in Swat Valley.