Rani Mukerji on mom’s support, losing her dad, people wanting to dub her voice, motherhood & Adira
Rani Mukerji has always been a strong face of this age of relevance in Bollywood today. She’s been one of those few actresses who has repeatedly proved her mettle and bankability with strong films like Mardaani, Hichki, Mardaani 2 and now, Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway. While we already watched the gut wrenching human drama that speaks about a mother’s battle against a country and her own family for her kids, Bollywood Bubble host Nayandeep Rakshit caught up with the star and discussed the same. From speaking about her challenging and emotionally draining role in the Ashima Chibber directorial to speaking about her own mother’s influence on her, she says it all. Not just that, Rani also gets emotional talking about her father and his demise. “I wish he was here to watch this film. I cried after people told me he would have been proud of me for doing this film,” Rani tells us with her voice mellowing down. You feel the pain in her voice but she also speaks about how a strong family setting has pushed her to becoming the mother she is to Adira. Watch the emotional encounter right here.