Bollywood icon Rani Mukerji, who has won immense critical and commercial acclaim in her last release Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway, has bagged yet another award for her heart wrenching performance at the recently concluded Jagran Film Festival.
The actress was honoured with the Best Actor Female award at the ceremony held in Mumbai earlier this week. This year, Mrs. Chatterjee vs Norway was the first content film to become a hit, post-pandemic.
Interestingly, this is the second award that Rani Mukerji has bagged for MCVN. Earlier this year, she also received the Best Actor Female award at IFFM, Melbourne.
Rani won the award for her film Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway, where she played a feisty woman who took on a country to win back her children. The film was a resounding hit at the box office, and it brought back belief that content cinema could pull people to theatres in this post-pandemic world. Rani continues to shine on the big screen around the world; this prestigious accolade further solidifies her position as one of the most influential and admired actors of all time.