Aditi Rao Hydari said that she doesn't understand why the term 'feminism' is taken negatively. "Being a feminist should be considered normal," said Aditi Rao Hydari
Alia Bhatt said that people often misunderstand the essence of feminism. She said: "Being a feminist is not only limited to girls. Even a man can be a feminist. It is about equality and everyone believes in equality"
Emma Watson said: "Feminism is about giving women choice. Feminism is not a stick with which to beat other women with. It's about freedom, it's about liberation, it's about equality"
On being a 'plump nerd' and refusing to conform, Twinkle said, "My mother was always trying to put me on a diet and I told her that I didn't want fit into this world, why would I want to fit into a size four dress? , I didn't want to fit in. For all the oddballs and misfits out there, if you follow your own path, you will reach somewhere because you are uniquely doing something that only you can do."
"This incident is very different from the incident I faced in the past. There were no legal proceedings ever initiated against me. There was a lot of media drama, there were a lot of threats and there was a lot slut-shaming. There was no case filed against me. There was no question of fighting a legal battle," Kangana said
"Being a feminist means asking for equality. But people take it the other way at times. It is looked down upon is because it is seen as man-hating. But, feminism is a really crazy idea that suggests men and women are equal," says Kalki Koechlin
"I didn't want to do a show that would stereotype me or put Indian people into a box. I'm a leading actress in India and I wanted to make sure I was a leading actress in whatever I did. I would not compromise on that," said Priyanka Chopra
"I don't say things just because I'm a feminist and I believe in woman power. That word (feminist) has been bastardized; there's no respect to it anymore. I'm not berating men," said Priyanka Chopra
"Being a feminist means asking for equality. But people take it in other way at times. Anyone, who believes men and women are equal, is a feminist. If we would have been living in a matriarchal society I would be a meninist fighting for equal rights of men," Kalki said
Apart from describing Naseer as 'passionate' and Ranbir Kapoor (her co-star in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani) as an 'adorable cheeky monkey,' she also had a delightfully pithy take on feminism
"Instead of sitting around and complaining about that, do something. Go write something, go do something. And that's easy to say. Guys make more money because their movies make more money. It makes sense," said Kristen Stewart in a video interview at the Sundance Film Festival
"I am an extremely proud feminist. I am someone who believes that feminism is just a conversation about equality. It is not about hating or berating men. For a long time, women have been treated as second class citizens and it's high time we are given the due credit," said Priyanka