Rani Mukerji, one of the most versatile actors in the business, has garnered numerous more honors in addition to her seven Filmfare Awards. She made her acting debut in Raja Ki Aayegi Baarat as a modest young woman. Still, she rose to popularity as the fashionable sanskaari Tina in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. Mukerji has prioritized taking on as many different roles as she can during her more than 25-year career. In honor of the Khandala girl’s birthday, let’s review some of Rani Mukerji’s most memorable roles.
Rani Mukerji in Black
Rani Mukerji’s skill was revealed in a fresh way in this Sanjay Leela Bhansali film. Rani demonstrated her talent as Michelle McNally, a deaf, mute, and blind actress. No one could have performed the role better than Rani Mukerji, who gave by far her best performance in the film.
The audience was won over by her tender acting, which also brought her many accolades. Rani stated that she wouldn’t alter a thing about how she appeared in Black. In all honesty, neither would we because she was flawless. Her skillful presentation of the difficulties faced by someone with physical disadvantages was terrific. We could all use a little more of Michelle’s tenacity and never-say-die attitude in our lives.
A promising teacher with Tourette syndrome, Naina Mathur. Due to Tourette’s condition, Naina consistently makes random, accidental noises, which is problematic when she is teaching. It also becomes a factor in why she isn’t accepted to any of the universities to which she applies.
Another character who can persevere and see things through to the conclusion is Rani’s Naina. Rani excels in the role of Naina and never deviates from it. The performance stands out because of the small details, such as Naina’s repeated chin-kicks.
Rani Mukerji in No One Killed Jessica
Rani portrayed journalist Meera Gaity in a drama based on the true tale of Jessica Lal. Meera is a devout journalist who never relents in her quest for justice and the truth. Meera never gives up, even when Jessica’s sister Sabrina appears to. Rani Mukerji portrays a fearless journalist who pursues justice no matter what and is unafraid of anyone.
Mardaani, performed by Rani Mukerji, was a joy to behold because it was so unapologetically gritty. A tough-as-nails police officer named Shivani Shivaji Roy is searching for her kidnapped ward, Pyaari. The Indian mafia is exposed in all its bare, unvarnished truth in this brilliant film. Rani gives an outstanding performance and makes a lasting impact. As a cop, she delivers dialogue and performs action scenes that are at least as good as those in male-oriented cop movies.
Rani Mukerji in Laaga Chunari Mein Daag
Although Laaga Chunari Mein Daag had a poor box office success, Rani Mukerji’s performance was praised. Rani plays the part of Vibhavari, a low-income family member and school dropout. When the family faces financial difficulty, Vibha relocates to Mumbai in search of employment.
Vibha’s life unfolds in such a way that she ends up working as an escort for only the wealthiest clientele under the name Natasha. Vibha is at odds with herself all the time. She struggles between the money’s necessity and her shame about what she is doing. While Vibha’s father and sister are blissfully ignorant, her mother is aware of what she does. Rani Mukerji did an excellent job of capturing the emotional struggle and conflict between Vibha and Natasha.