Actress Rani Mukerji is nowadays celebrating the success of her newly released film, Bunty Aur Babli 2. Now, her fans are looking ahead to her upcoming film, Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway where she hikes away from the wit genre and walks into the role of a mother struggling with a state system for her children, reports agency.
In her real life, Rani is a mommy to Adira and one may think if it helped her to undertake the role. However, the actress refuted it in a recent conversation.
In a talk with Mid-Day, Rani said, “When I play a part, I don’t play myself emotionally. I feed off the emotions and turmoil of the character. I can try and put myself in her place, and bring to screen her pain. As an actor, I cannot take my personal journey as a mother into a film. The story is not mine. I borrow emotions from my roles, and portray them to the best of my ability.”