Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway: There is good news for the fans waiting for Rani Mukherjee starrer film ‘Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway’. ‘Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway’ has been released in cinema halls on 17 March. The film is the story of a mother who fights for a country for her children. Based on a real incident, the film narrates the pain of a mother who fights the law of the land for her children and tells her story to the whole world. Rani Mukherjee is such an actress who gets into her character and gives life to that scene.
The story of the film ‘Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway’ revives a painful incident 12 years ago. In this, the custody of the children of the Indian couple is taken away by the Norwegian government. The couple fought a long legal battle to get their child. The Norwegian government had taken away custody of the child because, according to Norwegian law, the couple had not raised their two children.
The film is based on a true incident
‘Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway’ is directed by Ashima Chibber. The film was screened to Sagarika Bhattacharya ahead of its release on 17 March. Sagarika Bhattacharya is the woman from whose life the film is inspired. Sagarika gets emotional after watching this film. Tears spill from his eyes. Along with this, she also praises Rani’s performance.
Significantly, the Indian couple (Norway chatterjee case) had taken a direct fight with the Norwegian government for their children. In fact, in the year 2011, Norway’s Child Welfare Services had sent Anoot and Sagarika Bhattacharya to foster care. The couple was accused that the parents of the children were not able to take care of them properly. Neither they are able to arrange a place to play for the children nor are they providing them enough clothes.
Rekha became a fan of Rani Mukerji, before Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway, these 3 characters attracted attention
After this it was decided to send him to foster care as per Norwegian law. Under the law, children will be kept in foster care till the age of 18 years. The most severe decision in this was that their parents would not be allowed to meet the children. On which the couple protested. The couple fought a 10-year-long battle with the Norwegian government to get their children back.