The first song from the upcoming social drama movie “Mrs. Chatterjee vs. Norway,” “Shubho Shubho,” was released on Friday.
Production company Emmy Entertainment posted a glimpse of the song on Instagram with the comment, “#ShubhoShubho, a song that honours a mother’s unending love, is currently available. The movie “#MrsChatterjeeVsNorway” will hit theatres on March 17, 2023.”
Song was by Kausar Munir
The catchy song, performed by Altamash Faridi. Song was by Kausar Munir and orchestrated by Amit Trivedi. Fans swamp the comment section with red hearts and fire emoticons as soon as the track’s creators debuted it. Was eagerly anticipating, very great tune, a fan said. “Eagerly waiting,” wrote another supporter.
The opening scene of the trailer demonstrates how content Mrs. Chatterjee (Rani) is living in Norway with her husband and two children, Shubh and Shuchi. Nevertheless, one day, government agents show up at her residence and kidnap her children. After the government determines that the Chatterjees are unable to properly care for the children.
Rani is battling for the custody
Rani is seen battling the Norwegian foster care system to regain custody of her children in the later half of the trailer.
Mrs. Chatterjee Vs. Norway, a movie directed by Ashima Chibber. Made by Zee Studios and Emmay Entertainment, is based on actual events. On March 17, the movie will debut in theatres.
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About Rani Mukerji
Rani Mukerji, an Indian actress who appears in Hindi films, was born on March 21, 1978. In lists of the highest-paid actresses of the 2000s, Mukerji has appeared.
Mukerji was born into the Mukherjee-Samarth family. Where her parents and other family members worked in the Indian film industry. But she had no desire to work in the movie business. She experimented with acting as a teenager, appearing in the social drama Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat and the Bengali-language film Biyer Phool directed by her father Ram Mukherjee (both 1996).