Check out what Diipa Büller Khosla, has to say about breaking stereotypes and inspiring millions of women out there with her sass
Diipa Büller Khosla, one of the leading Content Creators who put India on the Global Map is the first Indian influencer to walk the ramp at Cannes Film Festival. A Fashion and Lifestyle Creator, Diipa also had a limited edition Maybelline range of products in her name.
From making headlines for her wedding with Oleg Buller and breaking stereotypical wedding rituals to raising her voice and using her influence on Social Media for gender equality, she has been challenging the norms that have been a part of our culture for centuries. We were absolutely to be in conversation with her and it makes us feel proud that she is able to inspire all the other women around her. Let's have a look at what she has to say about taking in on all the challenges and breaking stereotypes.
Diipa Büller Khosla, talks about what it is like to keep womanhood real
Defining what womanhood means to her, Diipa said, “Womanhood is something that holds so much
purity yet power all at the same time. A woman should be proud to simply be a woman, whether
it be a mother, daughter, sister, wife or individual; a woman is a being of greatness. A woman is
responsible for life, nurturing and care. However, she is also capable of success and strength, keeping
her dignity held high and mind focused. There is nothing more powerful than strong women
building other strong women up; this is what womanhood is in my eyes.”
Recalling challenges she had to face, Diipa said, “I’ve always tried to show the more real
version of my life, opposed to a ‘rose-tinted’ version. That said, a harsh reality for most
women who do put their lives online, is the constant commentary regarding clothing,
morals or what should and shouldn’t be said based on personal judgements. This would
often discourage me and cause me to rethink who I truly am and how I’m being conceived
online. However, I realised that it was not my place to satisfy everyone’s opinions; I chose
to implement a Real over Perfect lifestyle with the hopes of encouraging other women
to love their uniqueness regardless of the difficult challenges people may throw their way."
As a creator with a global footprint, she recommends staying true to yourself and to the content
you are passionate about. Her suggestion for any upcoming content creator is that it takes
dedication and consistency to grow a platform; if you have the right message and right focus, you can’t
go wrong with a drive and passion.
To read the full article download the March 2021 edition of the Social Ketchup Magazine.