Mrs. Chaterjee Vs. Norway

Screen icon Rani Mukerji has had a wonderful, fulfilling career, and the roles, seemingly, continue to push and challenge the actress. The most recent example of this is playing a distraught mother in Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway; a stirring courtroom drama based on real events.

To mark the film’s release we had the pleasure in speaking to Mukerji, who talks in detail about playing a role of this nature, and shining a (harsh) light on a broken system, focusing in on institutional racism, and the inability to embrace other people’s cultures. She also talks about tapping into the emotional side of the performance, while also looking back across her illustrious career.

You can watch the full interview with Rani Mukerji here:


An immigrant Indian mother fights the Norwegian foster care system and legal machinery to win back custody of her children.

Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway is out now