Alia Bhatt praises Rani Mukerji in a review of her film “Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway” by saying, “There’s no one like you.”
Alia Bhatt hung out with her mum Soni Razdan and her sister Shaheen Bhatt on a Saturday night. The stunning women were observed in Juhu as they left a cinema after seeing a film together. They saw “Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway,” the newest film starring Rani Mukerji. Alia Bhatt was so moved by the film that she took the time to write a detailed review of it, in which she lauded Rani’s performance.
She shared a screenshot from the film along with a note about how it had affected her. It hurt her more because she was a brand-new mum. She also expressed her admiration for actors Rani Mukerji and Jim Sarbh in a letter she penned. On Saturday night, Alia cried alongside her mother and sister while watching their beloved actress, the wonderful Rani Mukherjee. Mrs. Chatterjee v. Norway is a pivotal tale that must be told. As a brand-new mum, it resonated much more deeply and personally with me. You, Rani ma’am, are very unique. You captivated my attention, and it took me with you all the way from Norway to India. All of you deserve a round of applause for making such a fantastic movie. PS – I’m sure my favourite @jimsarbhforreal can do anything; he’s a true chameleon.
Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway, directed by Ashhima Chibber, was an attempt to adapt a true story for the screen. A mother’s struggle to regain custody of her kids is chronicled here. The public has responded well to Rani’s performance in the film.