Singapore Women's Weekly

FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT

british actress Jameela Jamil could be satisfied starring in hit television shows, walking multiple red carpets and basking in the glow of celebrity, but she is not.

A rising star, thanks to her role in NBC’s The Good Place, alongside Ted Danson and Kristen Bell (the show airs on Netflix in Singapore), Jameela has also taken on a side job, that of an outspoken activist who wants the world to know that girls and women have more to offer than just their beauty.

Fed up with societal expectations, the Indian-Pakistani starlet started a movement called

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