During his viewing of Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway, Shah Rukh Khan gushed over Rani Mukerji and the movie. The movie, which was also produced by Ashima Chibber, also features Jim Sarbh, Anirban Bhattacharya, and Neena Gupta.

Shah Rukh Khan has showered praises on Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway and Rani Mukerji.

Actor Shah Rukh Khan reviewed the movie Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway and praised Rani Mukerji, who plays the lead role. Shah Rukh shared a poster for the movie on Twitter on Thursday. He noted: “What a fantastic effort the entire Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway squad made. As only a Queen can, My Rani excels in the lead role.”

He also remarked, “Director Ashima sensitively depicts a human struggle. The stars of the show are Jim, @AnirbanSpeaketh, Namit, Saumya Mukherjee, and Balaji Gauri. a must-see.” A fan responded to the post by writing, “Finally, a review we can believe in! I’m interested in seeing it. And it’s wonderful to see you online, even for a moment. I send my sincere love to you and your lovely family.” “I had it on my watchlist regardless. I’ll undoubtedly be watching, “read a remark.

“Badshaah and Rani should film a movie together again.. you guys are my fave screen pair,” another user tweeted. “My Shah, you never cease to make “My Rani” melt my heart. was already anticipating seeing the film, and now even more so. I adore you a lot “said a different supporter.


In various films, Shah Rukh and Rani Mukerji co-starred. Among the movies are Paheli (2005), Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006), Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001), and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998).

Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway, Rani’s most recent film, premiered in theatres on March 17.

The movie, which was also produced by Ashima Chibber, also features Jim Sarbh, Anirban Bhattacharya, and Neena Gupta. The movie follows the journey of a mother’s struggle against an entire nation and is based on the true story of NRI couple Sagarika and Anurup Bhattacharya.

According to the movie review in the Hindustan Times, “Rani Mukerji displays a wide range of emotions, and her sense of suffering and agony makes you feel a knot in your throat. She is completely in control of her actions in some situations, but she also exhibits extreme exaggeration when expressing her anguish in other situations. I believed that balance was required somewhere. While it’s true that it might be difficult to maintain control over your behaviour when battling for something as delicate as your children’s custody, watching her suffering on television should have been more intense than the loud debate that it ended up being.”

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