Rani Mukerji Recounts Her Painful Miscarriage Experience During Covid-19

Rani Mukerji, with her stellar acting skills, has carved a niche for herself in Hindi cinema. Celebrated for her dynamic roles, she boasts an impressive resume, including seven coveted Filmfare Awards. Furthermore, during the 2000s, she was recognized as one of the industry’s top-earning actresses.

Some of Rani’s remarkable performances can be traced back to movies like Mardaani (2014), where she gave a gripping portrayal of a stern police officer combatting a vicious child trafficking ring. Such was the impact of her role that it landed her a nomination at the 2014 Star Guild Award ceremony. Mukerji has also shone brightly in blockbuster movies such as Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006) and the iconic Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995).

In a heart-rending revelation at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, Rani Mukerji confided about undergoing a miscarriage during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. She had to endure the loss five months into her second pregnancy.

The twist of fate played its part when, just ten days post her miscarriage, filmmaker Nikhil Advani approached her with the script of Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway. Rani was deeply moved by the storyline, feeling an emotional connection, especially in light of her recent loss. The film, where Mukerji essays the role of Debika Chatterjee, showcases the resilience of a mother striving to reclaim her children from foster care. Inspired by Sagarika Chakraborty’s real-life events and subsequent book, The Journey of A Mother, the movie boasts a stellar cast including Neena Gupta, Jim Sarbh, and Anirban Bhattacharya.

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