Rani Mukerji reflects the importance on audience's feedback; "They spend their hard-earned money"

Written by  Durtimans   |  March 22nd 2024 12:02 PM  |  Updated: March 22nd 2024 12:02 PM

Rani Mukerji reflects the importance on audience's feedback; "They spend their hard-earned money"

Rani Mukerji is one of the most acing actresses of Bollywood who is known for channeling her starry prowess through the glitzy realm of lights, camera and action. Over the years of her reigning career, she has always impressed the audiences with her choosy nature of films and scripts that are a mere exception and has a socially deprived plot that needs the importance to be noticed. Rani's most notable films include Kuch Kuch Hota Hain, Kavi Alvida Naa Kehna, Mardaani, Talaash, Laaga Chunari Mein Daag and many others. Recently, the Bollywood icon has spoken about the importance of viewers opinion aka feedback post a film's release as they do not have any motto or agenda to hate or either like a film. 


Rani Mukerji talks about audience feedback

Recently during an oozing interview, Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway actress has poured her heart out on the importance of the audiences feedback on a film. While referring the audiences as the "most honest critic", she has also paved the learnings she has acquired with every project over the years. Calling the audiences 'true critic', she elaborated that the audience doesn't come with the notion of liking or hating a film. Post a film's release, their reaction is what truly matters. Proceeding further with her statement she said, "The most rewarding thing is when somebody comes and tells me that they wish I win all the awards. That's genuine, and that, in itself, is an award. I'd rather have people to say that rather than them saying that I don't deserve an award, but I won it. For me, that is more rewarding."


Every failed movie has taught Rani Mukerji about audience's take on films

Meanwhile, she also basked on the way how she gets driven with each of the audience's reaction. "It's important to know how the audience perceives my films and what do they think about, and it happens even when my film doesn't work. When a film doesn't work, it means there's something that they haven't connected to. It's a learning experience with each film. They are spending their hard-earned money, and they have all the right to tell you whether they loved you or hated you. It's the most honest critique to have because they have no agenda. They won't come with an agenda to hate a film," her words followed.  


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