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Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway Trailer: Rani Mukerji Fights For Children In Superb Performance

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Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway Trailer: Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway’s trailer was released on Thursday afternoon, and Rani Mukerji’s performance in the nearly 3-minute-long video is phenomenal. True events inspired the film. The trailer depicts immigrant Indian mother Devika Chatterjee’s idyllic life in Norway with her husband and two children. Her life takes a dramatic turn when her children are removed from her care by the Norwegian foster care system due to cultural differences. Mrs Chatterjee and her family were investigated for about 10 weeks, according to foster care officials, and they claim that the Chatterjees are unfit parents. Devika is even described as “mentally unstable” by them.

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Everyone from Alia Bhatt to Arjun Kapoor to Karan Johar has praised Rani Mukerji’s upcoming film Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway’s trailer. The trailer depicts Rani as a Bengali woman fighting to reclaim her children after they are taken away and placed in foster care. It depicts Rani as a heartbroken mother, as Norwegian authorities claim she failed to care for her children by feeding them by hand, forcing them to sleep with them, and so on.

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Alia Bhatt shared the trailer on her Instagram Stories, writing, “Weeping! What a captivating trailer!” On Twitter, Abhishek Bachchan also stated, “Looking strong. Best wishes, guys.”



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The latter half of the trailer depicts Rani Mukerji’s struggles as a mother who is cut off from her world. She takes the legal route and will go to any length to defeat the Norwegian foster care system and reclaim custody of her children.

The makers released the official poster for the film last week, with the caption: “Mrs Chatterjee takes on an entire nation to protect her children in a true-life story of resilience and courage. Witness her fight on March 17, 2023.”

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