Shah Rukh Khan reviews Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway
Latest addition to the list of celebrities to give a shoutout to Rani Mukerji’s latest release Mrs. Chatterjee v. Norway Shahrukh Khan is The actor on Thursday evening wrote this about Rani Mukerji’s performance in the film: “What a tremendous effort by the entire team of the film. Mrs. Chatterjee v. Norway, Meri Rani shines in the central role as only a queen can. Director Ashima portrays a human struggle with such sensitivity. Jim (Sarbh), Anirban Bhattacharya Namit, Saumya Mukherjee, Balaji Gauri all shine.” The superstar signed off with these words: “A must watch.”
Read Shahrukh Khan’s tweet here:
What a tremendous effort by Mrs Chatterjee vs the entire team from Norway. Meri Rani shines in the central role as only a queen can. Director Ashima portrays a human struggle with such sensitivity. gym, @AnirbanSpeaketh, #namit, #Soumya Mukherjee, #balajigauri all spark. Must see. pic.twitter.com/xKrphoY6SG
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) March 16, 2023
Rani Mukerji and Shah Rukh Khan co-starred in several films together Sometimes happiness, sometimes sorrow, never say goodbye, something happens (all three directed by Karan Johar), walking puzzle And Veer Zaara among others.
Mrs. Chatterjee v. NorwayInspired by true events, follows the story of an immigrant Indian mother, Devika Chatterjee (played by Rani Mukerji), who lives in Norway with her husband and their two children. Her life takes a drastic turn after her children are taken away from the Norwegian foster care system due to cultural differences. She decides to fight for her children by all means.
Directed by Ashima Chibber and produced by Zee Studios and Emmay Entertainment, Mrs. Chatterjee v. Norway Released in cinemas on Friday.
Reviewing the film for NDTV, film critic Saibal Chatterjee wrote about Rani’s performance: “Rani Mukerji, on her part, rips it off and the film crumbles at its excesses. Mrs. Chatterjee v. Norway An overheated affair that sucks the air out of an intrinsically moving story that is infinitely better.”