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Rani Mukerji on Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway completing one year: ‘hope to continue to take greater risks’ | Hindi Movie News – Times of India



Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway, which is one of the best films of Rani Mukerji due to her remarkable performance, has completed one year today. From critics to fans, her acting in the film has been praised by all. Directed by Ashima Chibber, the film revolves around the story of a mother’s struggle to reclaim her children from the Norwegian government.
Rani Mukerji talked about her exciting experience during the shooting of the film on MCVN’s first anniversary.She said, “As we mark the one-year anniversary of Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway, I am overwhelmed with gratitude. The love that audiences worldwide have showered on Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway and on me has been incredibly special. MCVN has been a journey that I am very proud of. The film was released at a time when cinema was going through a rough patch at the box office. Because of the pandemic, we witnessed a rapidly dynamic environment that forced us to adapt, innovate, and reimagine the ways in which we connect with our audiences. When the movie hit theaters, it went on to become the first successful content film post-pandemic.”
She further added, “MCVN’s success reaffirms the timeless power of storytelling and the universal language of maternal love and human resilience. As I reflect on this one-year milestone, we hope to continue to take greater risks and pursue stories that tug our hearts.”
The film was a huge hit at the box office and Rani Mukerji received much love and praise for her portrayal of the lead character of Debika Chatterjee. The actress brought depth and emotion to her heart wrenching performance that has won her immense acclaim and some prestigious awards.

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