Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway real story: Everything you need to know about Rani Mukherji's upcoming film

Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway's real story: Rani Mukherji's upcoming film is based on a true incident. Here is everything you need to know about Rani Mukherji as a mother who shook an entire nation with her courage and willpower to win back her children.

Written by  Ritika Nath   |  February 22nd 2023 02:39 PM  |  Updated: March 04th 2023 12:33 PM

Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway real story: Everything you need to know about Rani Mukherji's upcoming film

Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway's real story: 'Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway' starring Rani Mukherjee is one of the most forward-looking films of 2023. The film revolves around a mother who fights against one nation to get her kids back. Ever since the makers of the film announced the movie, people want to know whether 'Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway' is based on a real story or not?  So, if you are searching for the same, then you are at the right place. 

'Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway' movie 

Rani Mukherjee would play the main lead in Ashima Chibber's film. The makers announced that the film's trailer will be released on February 23. The project is being produced under Zee Studios and Emmay Entertainment. It recounts the story of the protagonist's battle and "fight against a nation" for her kids.

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Is 'Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway' a real story? 

Yes, the film is based on a real-life story that showcased how a mother fought against the nation to get her kids back. The story revolves around a mother named Sagarika Bhattacharya who battled to retrieve her children from the Norwegian Child Welfare Services.

Know about 'Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway' real story

It is based on a well-known incident from May 2011 involving Anurup and Sagarika Bhattacharya, an Indian couple who had moved to Norway with their two young daughters, Aishwarya (then 1), and Abhigyan (3). CWS compelled the parents to place their children in foster care, with the condition that they could not see them until they turned 18.

It was claimed by the family that the incident took place because of cultural indifference citing the way they used to feed their kids, which Norway's Child Protection Agency had labeled as force-feeding. Custody disputes followed, with the Indian government getting involved.

Once the circumstances changed, the Indian government stopped interfering with the custody. At that point, Bhattacharya succeeded on her own in bringing her kids back. Sagarika received a psychological evaluation in November 2012 and was deemed capable of raising her children.

Now, Rani Mukherjee is about to portray Sagarika's difficult battle to get her children back ten years after it all began. 

The film is slated to be released in theaters on March 17, 2023. 

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