Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway movie review: Rani Mukherji's heart-wrenching performance steals the show
'Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway' movie review: Rani Mukerji plays Debika Chatterjee in the movie 'Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway' by Ashima Chiobber which will release in theaters on March 17. However, a special screening of the film was held and reviews from the film critics are out now. The movie is said to be intriguing as it is based on a real-life story of a mother whose children were taken away by the Norwegian Children's Welfare Program on the pretense of poor parenting.
The story of NRI Debika Chatterjee (Rani Mukerji), who must fight for custody of her own children when they are given foster care by Norwegian childcare services, is based on a true story. She is regarded as unsuitable for parenting children.
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Rani Mukherji as Debika Chatterjee is living with her kids and husband in Norway, however, the popular Indian customs like using your hands to eat, hand-feeding your child, sharing a bed with your child, etc. are viewed as poor parenting techniques. Soon, we see that the Norwegian Children's Welfare Program on the pretense of poor parenting takes away Debika's kids from her.
As soon as her kids are taken away, Debika finds it difficult to think logically. She makes a reckless and unwavering commitment to do all measures required to save her children, unconcerned by the results. Because it contributes to the legalisation of the abduction of her children under the pretense of social service, her reckless behaviour ends up becoming her deadliest enemy.
It is a flawless casting. In the movie, some renowned Bengali actors effortlessly perform minor roles. Saswati Guhathakurta, Mithu Chakraborty, Bodhisatva Majumdar, and Barun Chanda all do a good job in their brief parts. Neena Gupta makes a brief cameo appearance as a politician who helps the case along and is based on the late Sushma Swaraj.
The brave mother's passion may be heard in Amit Trivedi's songs. The song "Shubho Shubho" makes you weep.
This heartbreaking story's greatest success is its plot. The brave mother's passion may be heard in Amit Trivedi's songs. The song "Shubho Shubho" makes you weep. This heartbreaking story's greatest success is its plot.
Despite the dramatisation, the film's main plot manages to keep you engaged. In spite of the fact that a mother's love for her children is well known, it consistently makes for a touching tale.
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