• Sat. Jun 3rd, 2023

Rani Mukerji to Star in Friend Vaibhavi’s Merchant? Here’s what we know

Rani Mukerji and Vaibhavi Merchant could join forces for a movie.

Rani Mukerji and Vaibhavi Merchant could join forces for a movie.

After Ms. Chatterjee Vs Norway, Rani Mukerji might have already locked her next movie according to a recent report.

Rani Mukerji is known for playing powerful characters in Mardani, No One Killer Jessica or the latest movie Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway. The legal drama film was loved by everyone and Rani Mukerji praised its performances. As the actress continues to revel in Mrs. Chatterjee’s success against Norway, a new report suggests that Rani Mukerji may already be gearing up for another film and this time it will be directed by her close friend.

According to a source close to Bollywood entertainment portal Hungama, Rani Mukerji wants to continue the momentum with the next project. The source revealed, “Yes, Rani Mukerji has decided on her next adventure. It will be a low budget film produced by Yash Raj Films himself. Interestingly, the company will be run by Rani’s good friend, Vaibhavi Merchant. For the moment, it is still too early to say anything, moreover the whole team keeps the details secret.

Meanwhile, another source claimed that Rani Mukerji has a slew of movies to choose from, but they are yet to be finalized by the actress. The source shared, “There are plans but nothing has been greenlit as such, and nothing has been locked down as his next venture.”

Rani Mukerji was seen in the 2021 movie Bunty Aur Babli 2. She got a big trend after the makers of Ms. Chatterjee Vs Norway which was based on a real incident shared the trailer for the movie. Rani played the role of a Bengali mother, who is in a legal battle with the Norwegian government after authorities took her children away from her, calling her an “unfit” mother.

Ms. Chatterjee Vs Norway’s News18 review said, “The film successfully grabs your attention from its first frame. But soon, the emotional scenes become too contrived. The intense, deep emotion doesn’t quite translate on celluloid and you might expect more. As sadistic as it sounds, the essence of the narrative is heartbreaking to say the least, but the loud screeching and pounding chests don’t strike a chord like you’d expect. The execution is dry and it seems like the sentimental scenes are forced upon you only so you can shed buckets of tears.”

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