Even though ‘Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway’ has an emotive plot, Rani Mukerji's movie has struggled at the box office. The true story of Sagarika Chakraborty, whose children were abducted by the Norwegian authorities, served as the basis for the movie. The Ashima Chibber-directed film continues to bring in Rs 1 crore each. It might only have Rs. 10 crore at the end of the first week. At the box office, it is having a hard time staying afloat.
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Box Office Collection Day 6
Day 1 revenue for Ms. Chatterjee Vs. Norway was Rs. 1.27 crore. The movie brought in Rs 2.50 crore on Day 2, bringing its total to Rs 3.77 crore. The movie's performance drastically declined on Day 6, March 22, when it barely made Rs 1.45 crore. As a result, the total domestic box office revenue is currently Rs 9.87 crore. These aren't particularly high figures. On March 22, Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway had a 14.18% overall Hindi occupancy.
About ‘Chatterjee Vs. Norway’
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Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway is an emotive drama that centres on a mother who fights a whole nation to win custody of her kids. The movie's cast also includes Anirban Bhattacharya and Jim Sarbh. It debuted in theatres on March 17 under the direction of Ashima Chibber. Sagarika Chakraborty's autobiography, The Journey of a Mother, was adapted by her for the big screen. Their kids were taken away from them in 2011 by the Barnevernet childcare system in Norway.