Rani Mukerji is preparing for the launch of her next film, titled Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway. In the movie, she portrays the character of a mother named Debika Chatterjee, who takes on the system after her children are taken away by child protective services in Norway. The actress has been actively promoting the film and showcasing her fashion sense by wearing breath-taking sarees from House of Masaba, which is Masaba Gupta’s eponymous label.
She was recently spotted at the promotions of her upcoming film Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway wearing a stunning black saree from Masaba. The saree featured the word “Maa” written on it and she made a striking impression with her outfit.
The black saree worn by Rani is inspired by her role as Mrs Chatterjee in her upcoming movie. The saree is made of Chanderi Mul and raw silk and has a white stripe border. The pallu of the saree has the word “Maa” printed in Devanagari script and is decorated with white tassel embroidery. This saree, called the ‘Maa Sportee Saree’, can be purchased from House of Masaba’s website for Rs 17,000.
Sharing pictures of Rani in the stunning black saree, Masaba wrote, “माँ The most powerful word to exist. Rani Mukerji in The ‘Maa’ Sportee Saree is an ode to her latest outing as Mrs.Chatterjee, a woman who fought a nation for her children. Inspired by a true story.”
Taking to the comments section, a fan wrote, “Nobody can carry a saree like Rani Mukherjee.” Another commented, “beautiful…. Rani looks so elegant,” a third remarked, “Rani looks amazing in your beautiful design.”
Rani combined the black saree with a distinctive blouse that boasts a halter neck design with straps, as well as an additional layer of full-sleeved arm warmers that cover her shoulders. She kept her jewellry to a minimum, only wearing oxidised earrings, a ring, and a black bindi. Rani left her hair down and her makeup was impeccable, showcasing her beauty.
About Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway:
Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway is the movie adaptation of a true story about a custody dispute involving Anurup and Sagarika Bhattacharya, an Indian couple, and the Norwegian child welfare agency, Barnevernet.
Over a decade ago, the world was captivated by the contentious legal battle between the Indian couple and the government of Norway over the custody of their two children. In 2011, Barnevarne took away Anurup and Sagarika’s children from them and placed them in foster care. The couple had fought tirelessly to be reunited with their children.