A year ago, Malini Agarwal, Founder and Creative Director MissMalini Entertainment created a community on Facebook called Malini’s Girl Tribe—an inclusive space for women everywhere. Here, women uplift other women, have real conversations about life, love, work and more. As time passed, this humble group organically grew to become a melting pot of honest opinions, different ideas and heartfelt advice. Women from all over the world are empowering other women, allowing them to be each other’s support system, and enabling them to be their truest self.
Malini’s Girl Tribe is not just a platform where women can connect and communicate, it’s also a space where they can help each other overcome unimaginable hardships of life, and build each other to become stronger and more independent individuals. Honesty, love, optimism, positivity, empathy, and kindness are emotions this community thrives on. In Malini’s Girl Tribe, everything that puts a question mark or a full stop in a woman’s life turns into a deep, meaningful conversation, and helps her find a way to break free from societal norms.
After a year full of phenomenal events like the BRAVE: A Breakfast Rave, The Swapathon (an event where girls could swap their clothes, accessories, makeup, shoes etc. with other girls) loads of GNOs, exclusive Yoga sessions with Shilpa Shetty Kundra and Malaika Arora, Galentine’s Day celebrations, and more—the Tribe is leveling up with a fresh new logo and is on the path to creating a more engaged community.
On popular demand, the Tribe has started Facebook Live sessions that offer guidance and support to women on every aspect of life like careers, fashion, investment advice, relationships, skin care, et al.
Alia Bhatt, Tapsee Pannu, Malaika Arora, Shilpa Shetty Kundra and many other celebs have also been a part of the Tribe’s crusade, sharing advice on the things that are a common part of women’s lives everywhere.
Malini Agarwal took to transforming social media into a better place by eliminating the negatives like trolling and shaming, and replacing them with love, positivity and kindness. With Malini’s Girl Tribe, she has created a space dedicated to women that is filled with oodles of warmth, compassion and care, and this is only the beginning of a much-needed change in the way we use social media.