The actress revealed that she has never met Sagarika till now. “I never met Sagarika because what I wanted to bring to the table as an actor was my interpretation of her character. I didn’t want to bring too much stuff to the table. For me, the story of Mrs Chatterjee was almost Mrs Chatterjee And I had to play it cinematically for this film. I knew the emotions she went through because I sat through the script a billion times with Ashima Chhibber (director). Ashima had so many tapes that He had recorded conversations with Sagarika so I went through a lot of those tapes.I understood her feelings because I wanted to understand her emotional graph.
Rani further added that she couldn’t even put herself in Sagarika’s place, so all she could think about was her mother when she read the character. “I don’t think I can fathom the thought of my daughter Adira being away from me, so I have to think of my mother because I don’t have the guts to think about Adira. The only person I can think of was reading this character after tha, my mother was. she was born and brought up in Kolkata, she came to Bombay to be with my father when she was 21. Hindi or English. I think Once you become a Bengali and are born in West Bengal, you will always have Bengali flair in your accent. You will have that Bengali style of accent. I have just taken my mother and put her in Mrs. Chatterjee “
Rani spoke about her impression of her mother while growing up. “For me, there is someone who is so attached to her roots, there is no one else I know more than my mother. She has never left her roots. Whatever impression I had of my mother growing up – a tigress The tigress, the way she fed us, the way she loved us – when I read Mrs Chatterjee’s character, I could only see my mother. I could only imagine what would happen if someone met me and Raja If you take her away from my mother, she’ll be completely mad.” Expressed the actress.
‘Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway’ will release on March 17.