Tina Jatin Khanna popularly known as Twinkle Khanna is an embodiment of greatness. An author, writer, producer, interior designer, activist, and a former actress, her works have gained a huge recognition globally. The Outlook award winner of 2016 and the highest selling female author of the book "Miss Funnybones", has been invited to speak at The Oxford Union, the world's most prestigious debating society. The prestigious debating society which will be taking place today will witness the writer's maiden production, 'Padman' starring Akshay Kumar. Known as a dedicated activist, Twinkle Khanna has produced a movie based on the biography of a Tamil Nadu activist, Arunachalam Muruganantham. Against all odds, he produced and provided sanitary napkins to poor women in rural areas. Twinkle Khanna from her Twitter account bio is "A bona fide member of an ambiguous tribe of the new age Indian woman; heavily armed with the weapons of my choice...". It is not surprising that she is a part of such a project to spread the message on some social issues faced by women. According to a leading daily, she will be giving an insight into the story of the movie. Most importantly, she will tell on how the film will play an interesting and vital role in tackling taboos and addressing the stigma associated with menstrual hygiene. Padman even before its release will be screened on an international platform. Hence, making it the first Indian film to be showcased at the Oxford Union. The actor, Akshay Kumar shared his excitement by retweeting the post by The Oxford Union. It must be a proud moment for the ace Bollywood actor. Padman also starring Sonam Kapoor and Radhika Apte is all set for its release on India's Republic Day, January 26. As earlier reported, the film is expected to compete at the box office with 'Padmavat'.