Mrs Chatterjee VS Norway Twitter Review: Netizens laud Rani Mukerji starrer; say ‘Bollywood still makes good movies’
Mrs. Chatterjee VS. Norway marked Rani Mukerji’s triumphant return to the silver screen.
The actor claims that today’s social drama will remind kids that “there’s no greater emotion or relationship than with one’s mother,” which will strike a chord with moms.
As soon as the intriguing trailer was released, the actress’s devoted followers flocked to the theatres for opening night. Many of the reviews on Twitter agreed that Rani gave one of her “finest performances” in this movie.
“Amazed by #ranimukerji and her incredible, superb, and extraordinary performance in #MrsChatterjeeVsNorway. Brava, you really captured her anguish there. Incredible as it may be, the journey you’ll take while watching this film will only be the beginning “watch a live tweet. Added a third “Mr. Scattergood vs. Norway is an excellent film. Rani Mukerji has turned in a solid performance. Being a mother and witnessing her struggle was heartbreaking.”
Many even attacked the critics who panned Bollywood films, saying things like: “Those who hate on Hindi films while praising South Indian films endlessly. Zwigato and Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway are both realising today, so be sure to catch them both. We’re still making quality films; you just aren’t interested.”
Anirban Bhattacharya, Neena Gupta, and Jim Sarbh also star in ‘Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway,’ which was directed by Ashima Chibber. Based on Sagarika Chakraborty’s memoir The Journey of a Mother, the film tells the true story of an Indian couple who had their children removed from their care in 2011 by the Norwegian Childcare System (Barnevernet).
After watching the film early this week, superstar Shah Ruk Khan had nothing but positive things to say.
Then he posted to Twitter, saying, “What an amazing team effort Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway was. My Rani shines like a queen in the lead role. Ashima, the film’s director, delicately depicts a human struggle. Shines are Jim, @AnirbanSpeaketh, Nayantara, Saumya Mukherjee, and Balaji Gauri. An absolute must-see.”
“That was one hell of a team effort from Mrs. Chatterjee and company against Norway. Taking centre stage, my Rani shines like a true queen. Ashima, the director, delicately depicts a human struggle. The spotlight is on Jim, @AnirbanSpeaketh, Namit, Saumya Mukherjee, and Balaji Gauri. Highly recommended “As Khan put it in writing.
SRK and Rani have known each other for quite some time. Movies like “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai,” “Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham,” “Chalte Chalte,” “Paheli,” “Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna,” and “Veer Zaara” feature the duo’s collaboration.