Rani Mukherjee Explains Why Box-office Success of a Film Is Important For An Actor
Rani Mukherjee is among the most popular and loved actresses in Bollywood. She is known for her versatile acting skills and spectacular performances at the box office. In her 4 decades of career, she has impressed audiences with her magical performances. Films like Veer Zaara, Black, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, and Gulam have taken her filmography to the next level. For a few years, her movie choices have grabbed the critic's attention, as she is picking some very hard-hitting subjects. Rani’s frequency of doing films has dropped a lot in the past few years.
In a recent interaction with Pinkvilla, Rani Mukherjee answered some of the much-awaited answers that her fans are eagerly waiting for. The actress was asked about her experience regarding her upcoming movie Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway. She was also asked whether she is experiencing any pressure regarding how her movie will perform at the box office. Rani promptly admits that she does take the Box-office pressure. She further added that if she doesn't feel the pressure then she should pack her bags and sit at home, as the most crucial thing for an actor is to see the maximum number of people at the box office. The maximum number of people in the audience states Bollywood's success. If more people went to watch the films, then it matters the most to an actor.
She further added that if any actor feels that it shouldn't make any difference to them, then she thinks that they wouldn't be actors any longer. She feels that actors are not here to receive appreciation from just a handful of people, but they want an audience to watch their films. On the work front, Rani Mukherjee’s upcoming movie Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway is going to be released on the 17th of March in cinemas. Directed by Ashima Chibber, the storyline of the film revolves around a mother who loses her children to foster homes.