Rani Mukerji, who is also a loving wife and a doting mother, recalled resuming work after the birth of her daughter Adira. The actress revealed that she did Hichki when her baby girl was just 14 months old.
In an interview with Pinkvilla, Rani spoke about Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway and revealed how her husband motivated her to resume work after giving birth to Adira.She mentioned being fully engrossed in the responsibilities of giving birth and nurturing her child. According to her, during this period, her husband reminded her of her identity as Rani Mukerji and encouraged her to return to the world of acting. Recognizing the importance of balancing motherhood with her career, Rani eventually took on the role in ‘Hichki’ when her daughter Adira was 14 months old.

During the same interview, when questioned about her feelings regarding the success of her film ‘Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway,’ Rani expressed a sense of relief. She emphasized that, for an actor, validation comes through box office numbers, as it indicates audience interest and the potential for future opportunities. Rani elaborated that box office success serves as a validation for actors in the industry.

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She went on to share that she had been informed that she might receive fewer roles after getting married. Additionally, she was told that the prospects of landing roles after having a baby were deemed completely bleak. However, she expressed her satisfaction in defying those expectations, stating, “And I shattered all of that.”
Rani is happily married to YRF head Aditya Chopra and the couple is parents to their adorable daughter Adira.

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