Rani Mukerji recently spoke to the media about her take on the perception of breaking away from stereotypes about married actresses and what she believes make or break a film.
When asked about the subject of women continuing to work after marriage, Ahmedabad Mirror reports Mukerji explaining, “With ‘Hichki’ (2018), that slightly changed… I am happy people accepted the content… I am the daughter of a writer and producer, I am the wife of a writer, director and producer, and I understand that script is the king, it’s the backbone.”
“When your content is good, no matter you are married, unmarried, beautiful or not beautiful, a film works,” she added.
Talking of ‘Hichki’ which is due to screen at this year’s Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM), the actress explained how she is immensely proud of the film, not only for its story but the way it raises awareness about Tourette’s Syndrome. “I feel happy doing such films, about playing specially-abled characters and I feel happy that directors think of me when they have such roles,” Mukerji expressed.
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