Sagarika Chakraborty, who plays Rani Mukerji in “Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway,” said in an exclusive interview, “They kidnapped my kids, my husband isn’t bothered.”
The life of Sagarika Chakraborty, played by Rani Mukerji in the film Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway, is the inspiration for the plot. we have a lengthy conversation with Sagarika from last Wednesday night just for you.
Sagarika Chakraborty is the parent who took on the Norwegian government to win the right to be reunited with her children after they were taken from her and placed in foster care, with the promise that they would not be returned to her until they turned 18. Here is a BOLD INTERVIEW that you won’t want to miss. Watch the video by clicking here:
In what way did this ordeal get started?
Together with my Norwegian husband, I had finally made Norway our home. Both a son and a daughter joined our family. My son was taken from his kindergarten by two women from the Norwegian Child Welfare Service. And when I got home, they took my daughter.
They had previously visited us, as well. They prepared for it in advance. They said they were going to come and give us advice on how to handle our kids, so we started a notebook.
It was a complete surprise to me what was in shop. My husband and I had a fight because of the confusion they caused. They wanted a say in where the kids sleep and other such mundane matters. A racist slur was made about me by one of the two. That sums up the film perfectly. My book, “The Journey of a Mother,” served as inspiration for this play.
Inquiring minds want to know: where is your husband?
While he is in Norway, my husband hasn’t asked about me or the kids once.
My fight is far from over. My children spend the night with us. I provide all of my family’s income. Neither me nor my husband pay our fair share of the bills.