Rani Mukherji, one of Bollywood's most adaptable actresses, comes back on the big screen with a dramatic emotional film. Rani has received a lot of love and support since the teaser was released. The narrative, which follows the heartbreaking plight of a mother, is receiving a lot of attention, but yet commerce is reportedly surprisingly low.
‘Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway,’ a movie by Rani Mukerji based on a real-life incident, debuted in theatres on March 17. ‘Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway’ made roughly Rs. 1.50 crore in India on its opening day at the box office, which is impressive for a family drama. However in the next few days, the movie can gain popularity due to good word of mouth.
Based on actual events, Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway by Rani Mukherji narrates the tale of an Indian mother who battles the Norwegian government for custody of her children. As a bereaved mother fighting alongside a nation to regain custody of her kids, Rani carries a powerful emotional punch. Sagarika Bhattacharya served as the model for her persona.
Sagarika responded to the trailer by saying, “"It’s hard to put into words how it feels seeing my story being told. Watching the trailer, I felt like I was reliving my battle. I believe it is important for people to know this story and to see how immigrant mothers/parents are treated even today, as is evident from the tragic story in Germany. I’ve been in touch with Ariha Shah’s mother Dhara, whose little girl has been taken away. I implore you all to stand by her, just as I do. My support is unconditional, from one mother to another."