Know The Complete Details Of Rani Mukherjee Film Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway
Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway: Rani Mukherjee has always believed in playing different characters. The story of her soon to be released next film ‘Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway’ is also similar in which Rani Mukherjee is in the role of a mother who is separated from her own children. It is shown in the film how the government of Norway, citing the laws of its country, accuses the Bhattacharya family living there of not raising children according to government guidelines and then snatches both their children from them.
Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway ready for release
The story of ‘Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway’ is based on a true incident. Recently, after the release of the trailer of ‘Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway’, the topic shown in this film is being discussed a lot and this issue related to parents living abroad has once again come into limelight. Many families living in different countries of the world have gone through such troubles and circumstances, who are now narrating their experiences with emotion after the release of the film’s trailer.
Rani Mukherjee played an important role
Rani Mukerji’s film is inspired by the real life of Sagarika Bhattacharya. Sagarika Bhattacharya giving her first reaction after watching the trailer of the film said that it was a very emotional moment for her to watch the trailer of the film based on the difficult circumstances of her life.
He said, ‘It is very difficult for me to express in words how I feel after seeing my story. I felt like I was fighting the same battle again. It is very important for people to know how migrant parents are treated even today.
It is noteworthy that in the year 2011, Sagarika Bhattacharya and Anoorat Bhattacharya were accused of putting their three-year-old son Avigyan and one-year-old daughter Aishwarya to sleep on their bed, not feeding them the right kind of food, and not wearing the right kind of clothes. After which the Norwegian authorities took both the children in their custody and then started the struggle of Sagarika and Anoot to get the children back which lasted for a long time.
Sagarika Bhattacharya said on making a film like ‘Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway’, ‘I am grateful to Rani Mukerji for the way Rani Mukherjee portrayed my pain and struggle to get my children back on screen in a lively manner. I want to thank Rani Mukherjee herself is a mother and I am thankful to her that she has portrayed the painful story of a mother on the screen with utmost dignity. I couldn’t hold back my tears after seeing him in the trailer.”
It is noteworthy that both the children of Sagarika Bhattacharya were taken into their custody by the Child Welfare Department of Norway on the charge of rearing them against the guidelines of their country and according to Indian habits. But Sagarika Bhattacharya says, ‘After all I am also a mother and as a mother I also have some rights.’ Well, after this the Bhattacharya family fought a legal battle for almost a year to free the children from the clutches of the Norwegian government. It is noteworthy that during this time the Norwegian authorities even claimed that Sagarika Bhattacharya was mentally unwell to raise her children as a mother!
Later this matter came to the notice of the media of India and Norway, after which this issue got covered in headlines. The matter progressed to such an extent that the Government of India had to intervene in it. The then foreign minister S. M. Krishna met the Foreign Minister of Norway. After prolonged efforts to resolve this issue, it was decided that the custody of both the daughters of Sagarika Bhattacharya would be handed over to Arunabhas Bhattacharya (27), the uncle of the children living in India. After this, Sagarika approached the Calcutta High Court for the custody of her children. In the year 2013, the court decided that the custody of both the children should be handed over to Sagarika Bhattacharya.
After the release of the trailer of Sagarika Bhattacharya’s film ‘Chatterjee vs Norway’ based on this struggle story, like Sagarika, she started narrating similar experiences with her in different countries. It can be clearly understood that ‘Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway’ has started showing its effect even before its release in theatres. Directed by Ashima Chhibber, the film will be released in theaters across the country on March 17.
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