Rani Mukerji Opens Up About Heartbreaking Miscarriage at Indian Film Festival!!
Rani Mukerji Opens Up About Heartbreaking Miscarriage Revelation at Indian Film Festival. During the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne 2023, renowned Bollywood actress Rani Mukerji shared a deeply personal experience that she had kept private until now.
She disclosed the emotional journey of her miscarriage in 2020, revealing that she lost her baby five months into her pregnancy.
Rani Mukerji admitted that she had refrained from discussing this painful experience while promoting her film, fearing it might be seen as an attempt to garner attention for her work.
In an interview with Business Today, she mentioned how personal experiences often become public agendas for discussions, which she wanted to avoid during her film promotions.
Tragic Loss and Emotional Connection
In 2020, around the time when the global pandemic struck, Rani Mukerji revealed that she was expecting her second child. Unfortunately, she faced the heartbreaking loss of her baby five months into her pregnancy:
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Reflecting on this challenging time, she shared that the loss had a profound impact on her emotions. Rani Mukerji recounted that shortly after her loss, filmmaker Nikhil Advani approached her with the story of “Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway.“
Despite her personal tragedy, the story resonated deeply with her, and she found herself instantly connecting to it.
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She expressed her disbelief that even in a country like Norway, an Indian family could go through such a challenging situation. Rani Mukerji, who has a daughter with her husband Aditya Chopra, has shown resilience in both her personal and professional life.
She got married in 2014, welcomed her daughter a year later, and has continued to shine in Bollywood with a diverse filmography including acclaimed movies like “Black,” “Hum Tum,” “Bunty Aur Babli,” the “Mardaani” series, “Saathiya,” “Talaash,” and “Hichki.“
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