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FutureStarrRani Mukerji - Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway
In 2011, Anurup and Sagarika Bhattacharya of an Indian couple named Anurup faced a major setback when Norway Child Welfare Services took away their children. Authorities accused them of raising their kids in an "unfit" manner, including hand-feeding toddlers, applying 'kaala teekas' (poop) on them and sleeping together on the same bed with them.
Rani Mukerji has won hearts with her performances and now lends her voice to a film inspired by real-life events. Directed by Ashima Chibber, the upcoming movie tells the story of an immigrant Indian mother's battle against Norway's foster care system and local legal machinery to regain custody of her children.
Mrs Chatterjee (Rani Mukerji) is an Indian mother who relocates to Norway with her husband and two kids, only to be told they are unfit for care. Although she fights tirelessly to get them back, the authorities won't budge, citing weak, racist excuses like: mothers cannot sleep with or feed their babies by hand.
In the trailer, Mrs Chatterjee lives her idyllic life in Norway with her husband and two children - until child welfare services arrive at her doorstep and take away her children for being "unstable."
Though these accusations stem from a lack of understanding about Indian culture, she remains defiant and fights the Norwegian government to be reunited with her children. She takes legal action both in Norway and India in pursuit of justice - with or without the support of her husband who is more focused on maintaining his own citizenship status.
The story opens with an endearing montage of Rani as Mrs Chatterjee and her family, living in a bright home in Norway. Rani tells us she adores her children and wishes to spend every moment of their lives together.
Her hopes of a bright future are dashed when the Norway government takes her children away and declares them unfit for care - all in an effort to make more money for both parties.
The trailer of the film, Motherless, is out now and promises an intense emotional journey from start to finish. You will be left in tears of admiration at her strength and resolve as she perseveres in getting her children back.
In 2011, the contentious battle between an Indian couple and Norway over custody of their two children made headlines worldwide. Now, this iconic story is being adapted into a Bollywood movie with Rani Mukerji playing the leading role.
In 2011, Barnevarne Child Welfare Service took away Sagarika and Anurup Bhattacharya's kids. Authorities claimed they weren't properly raising their kids; they accused them of sleeping with the babies in bed with them, hand-feeding them, as well as giving them inappropriate clothes and toys.
However, the Bhattacharyas insisted they were following traditional Indian parenting practices by allowing their children to share a bed with their parents. To them, this acted as a sign of respect and protection for their kids.
After a diplomatic standoff between Norway and India, Norwegian officials agreed to grant custody of Sagarika's children to their paternal uncle Arunabhas Bhattacharya, allowing him to bring them back home to India. But this case quickly turned into a political hot potato in India as well, with multiple allegations of cultural differences and prejudice being made public.
Ultimately, the Indian government intervened and filed a petition for the children to be transferred back to Sagarika's custody. After considering all evidence presented in court, however, the Burdwan (West Bengal) Child Welfare Committee determined that she was psychologically fit to raise her children independently.
But it wasn't until 2012 that a Norwegian court granted the Bhattacharyas their children back. They would remain in foster care, under the supervision of local courts until they turned 18 years old.
Sagarika endured months of abuse and harassment from her husband and in-laws, yet ultimately triumphed in her solo battle against the broken system and local legal machinery to reunite with her children.
The trailer of Rani Mukerji's film, Anirban Bhattacharya's Neena Gupta and Jim Sarbh's drama looks to be captivating for all audiences. Starring Rani Mukerji, Anirban Bhattacharya, Neena Gupta and Jim Sarbh in lead roles.
Ten years ago, Sagarika Bhattacharya and her husband Anurup, both geophysicists and engineers respectively, moved to Norway with their young children. Life was going well until Barnevarne - Norway's child welfare agency - took away the couple's children in May 2011.
At that time, the world became consumed with an intense legal battle between an Indian couple and the Norwegian government. Sagarika fought valiantly to bring her children home; with intervention from both governments, protests ensued, shining a spotlight on cultural differences, racism, and lack of attention given to mental health among women and their kids.
Sagarika's hard-fought battle was ultimately successful as she was reunited with her children in 2012. Now living in India with her family, Sagarika's children are contented and healthy.
The story of Sagarika and Rani Mukerji's ordeal, as well as her brave battle for custody against an all-powerful system, is being adapted into a Bollywood movie titled Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway with Rani Mukerji playing the lead role.
Based on a true story, the movie is directed by Ashima Chibber from Mere Dad Ki Maruti (2013) and produced by Zee Studios and Nikhil Advani's Emmay Entertainment. Additionally, Sameer Satija and Rahul Handa co-wrote the script.
It is an uplifting tale of a mother's year-long battle against the system in her country to bring her children back. The film, set for release on March 17, should not be missed!
When it comes to the cast, we're thrilled that actress Rani Mukerji will be taking on a powerful new role in the film. She portrays Anurup's wife Sagarika who was declared mentally unfit to care for her children when she moved to Norway with her husband in 2007.
In the trailer, Rani plays a strong-willed woman determined to protect her children from harm. It focuses on the emotional struggles they faced as they fought for their children's rights - an inspiring and touching tale that will leave you inspired.
In 2011, an Indian couple, Anurup and Sagarika Bhattacharya, moved to Norway for a better life. Unfortunately, their situation took an unexpected turn when the Norwegian Child Welfare Services (CWS) took custody of their two children Abhigyan and Aishwarya.
In a heartfelt letter, the couple begged the Indian government to help them reunite with their kids. But in May 2011, Norwegian CWS took away the children and placed them into foster care due to allegations that Bhattacharyas had neglected their kids by not providing adequate food or clothing.
This case had a global impact and ignited a diplomatic dispute between India and Norway. It also brought to light numerous issues related to cultural differences, racism and mental health treatment for women and children alike.
After a year-long fight, the Bhattacharyas finally gained custody of their children in 2012. Their story was later turned into a film entitled Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway with Rani Mukerji staring as the lead role.
Based on a true story, this movie follows one mother's battle against the system to gain custody of her children. Directed by Ashima Chibber (Mere Dad Ki Maruti (2013) fame), it's an inspiring tale of strength and resilience. Monisha Advani, Madhu Bhojwani and Nikkhil Advani are bankrolling this project jointly under Zee Studios and Emmay Entertainment banners.
Rani Mukerji stars in the film, written by Sameer Satija and Rahul Handa with actors Kristjan Ukskula and Erki Laur joining them as cast members.
According to its makers, this Bollywood drama will hit theatres on March 17, 2023. It follows a true-life story of an immigrant Indian woman who battles the Norwegian foster care system and local legal machinery to get her children back.
Originally scheduled for March 3, the film will now hit screens on March 3. Filmed extensively across Estonia and other parts of India, this must-watch is sure to please everyone's appetite!
Today, the trailer for the film The Help was released - and it serves as a powerful reminder that no matter our struggles, there will always be someone willing to come to our aid. So if you're searching for an exciting way to connect with your favorite actress, head over to the cinema and witness this inspiring clip!