Rani Mukerji takes up a fight against foster care system to reunite with her children in Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway trailer


After a gap of two years, Rani Mukerji will be returning to the silver screen with Ashima Chibber's directorial Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway. The actress will be playing the role of a Bengali mother living with her family in Norway. The trailer of the film based on a real-life incident released today.   

The story of Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway orbits around Debika (Rani) who relocates to Norway from Kolkata for her husband's job. She has two children Shubh and Suchi. However, the family faces a nightmare when the children are taken away from Norwegian authorities who claim she is unable to take good care of them. As they fail to understand the behavioral pattern of Indian families, they term her to be unfit to parent Shubh and Suchi. Fighting against the foster care system, Debika battles an entire nation to get her children back home safely.

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Talking about the film, Rani said in a statement, "Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway is very special. I can’t wait to see the reactions of my fans on the trailer." Producer Nikkhil Advani (Emmay Entertainment) shared, "It is a matter of pride and responsibility with which we have made our film and are delighted to bring the inimitable Rani Mukerji to our audiences."

Shariq Patel, CBO, Zee Studios added, "Zee Studios is committed towards backing content-driven and provocative stories and 'Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway' is just the right film. Partnering with Rani and Emmay (Emmay Entertainment) on such an important film, that's based on a true incident and conveys the hardship of a mother who went against an entire country for her children, was creatively enriching." 

Produced by Zee Studios and Emmay Entertainment (Monisha Advani, Madhu Bhojwani & Nikkhil Advani), Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway is slated to release in theatres on March 17, 2023. 

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