Rani MukherjeeShe turned 45 on March 21. She made her acting debut in 1996, but it took until 1998 for her to break into the mainstream. She was directed by her father Ram Mukherjee in the Bengali film Biyer Phool and made her Hindi debut with Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat. In 1998, her performances in both Ghulam and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai established her as one of the top female actors of the time, especially after winning the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress for the latter. But when she started out, Rani didn’t believe she was the type to be a heroine like her idols Sridevi and Rekha. Read also: Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor pose with Rani Mukerji ahead of her birthday: ‘Rani’s two precious gems’
It was his mother’s idea to join the film industry. The actor’s voice was initially dubbed in Ghulam. In addition, she realized that her short stature could be a hindrance to her getting future roles. But eventually, the actor got support from Aamir Khan and even his colleagues Kamala hasan Who advised him to keep moving forward in his acting career.
In a 2021 interview with India Today, Rani had shared, “I never thought I fit into the category of heroine in the typical sense. I am actually the opposite of a heroine. I am quite short in height , My voice doesn’t suit the heroine.” , My skin color is dark. I think when I started out, I never believed that I could become an actor. I have grown up watching Sridevi, Juhi, Madhuri and Rekha ji who were these screen goddesses and I never imagined myself reaching that level. Them.”
He said, “As my journey began, I talked to many legends with whom I had the opportunity to work. One of them was Mr. Kamal Haasan and actors like him told me that you measure your success with your physical height. Can’t measure.” standing, but to what height can you rise professionally. So I broke all the stereotypical conventions that were imposed on an actress in the initial days of my Bollywood journey.
Rani’s latest film is Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway, directed by Ashima Chibber. In the drama, inspired by true events, the actor plays a mother in a foreign country who has to fight for custody of her young children when the government takes them away from her.