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Women’s Day 2023: Wanda Maximoff To Shuri, Celebrate These Female Marvel Superheroes On Disney+Hotstar 

From Kamala Khan in ‘Ms Marvel’ to Jane Foster in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’, celebrate womanhood with these superheroes. 

Female Superheroes Of The Marvel Cinematic Universe
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This International Women's Day, indulge in some inspiring stories that celebrate womanhood and the power of women across the globe. These are stories of women from Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe who are taking control of their narrative through rousing triumphs, everyday rebellions and strong personalities. From the youngest of the lot, Kamala Khan aka Ms Marvel to Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow, here are the best women superheroes from Marvel titles on Disney+ Hotstar to inspire your next adventure!

Jennifer Walters from ‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’

The story of Jennifer Walters, an attorney specializing in superhero-oriented legal cases who is also navigating the complicated life of a single, green,  6-foot-7-inch Hulk, is the most apt storyline for any modern-day woman balancing a multitude of roles.

Kamala Khan from ‘Ms Marvel’ 

Kamala Khan, a Muslim American teen growing up in Jersey City, not only throws light on the struggles of being a South Asian but also correctly represents the journey of finding one’s own identity.   

Wanda Maximoff from ‘Wanda Vision’ 

Wanda Maximoff is a woman who takes control of her own power, living not in a black-and-white world but in one where she makes her own choices in the name of love, for better or worse. 

Natasha Romanoff from ‘Black Widow’ 

Natasha Romanoff confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises. The character perfectly summarizes the grit and willpower of being a woman. 

Kate Bishop from ‘Hawkeye’

Kate Bishop is the perfect example of a boss-lady owning her skill to go on a journey of adventure and unravel a criminal conspiracy.

Shuri from ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’

Shuri’s story is that of an emerging leader, who steps up when her family and people need her the most. Strong, empathic, and technologically advanced, she is the leader we all aspire to be.

Jane Foster from ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

Going from a scientist to a superhero, Jane Foster goes a long way for her love and belief, to finally earn the title of Mighty Thor.

America Chavez from ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’

One of the youngest superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, America Chavez has come to terms with her powers at the cost of losing her parents. With an ability to jump universes, she is one of the most powerful superheroes introduced in Phase 4 and whose story we will continue to discover.

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