WHAT! Rani Mukerji’s Daughter Adira Chopra Can’t Accept Her Mother As An Actress? Says, ‘She Sees Me Cry Onscreen, She Will Start Crying’

Rani Mukerji recently revealed why her daughter Adira Chopra hasn’t watch her movie Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway

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WHAT! Rani Mukerji’s Daughter Adira Chopra Can’t Accept Her Mother As An Actress? Says, ‘She Sees Me Cry Onscreen, She Will Start Crying’
Bollywood actress Rani Mukerji has been leaving the audience spellbound with her powerful performances in female centric stories. She has become a role model for many women as she maintains a perfect balance between her professional and personal life. Her recent release Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway, has certainly left a huge impact on the audience as the movie told the story of a mother going to every length to protect her kids.

When asked if her 7-year-old daughter Adira Chopra has watched the film, in an interview with ETimes, Rani revealed that she hasn’t. The doting mommy went on to share that the little girl is still too young to differentiate between her being an actress and mother. So while the little princess had accompanied her mother for shoots, she would start crying when her mother cries on screen. ALSO READ: India Idol 13: Rani Mukerji Reveals Shah Rukh Khan Is Her Favourite Hero, Actress Gets Nostalgic Listening To Her Movie Songs


Quoted by BollywoodShaadis, the 45-year-old actress said, “She was there on the shoot, but she's not seen the film. She's still very young and she can't alienate me as an actor and me as a mother. So, if she sees me cry on screen, she will start crying, so Adira has not seen the film.” ALSO READ: WHAT? Rani Mukerji Was Exchanged At Birth; Revealed Her Mom Recognized The Swapped Babies Due To The Actress’ Light Coloured Eyes

For the unversed, Rani married filmmaker Aditya Chopra in 2014 and the happy couple welcomed their daughter in 2015. The parents have done their best to keep the little muchkin away from the judging eyes of the netizens. 

On the work front, Rani was last seen in ‘Mrs Chatterjee Vs Norway,’ a movie based on the real-life case with Sagarika Bhattacharya, whose kids were taken away by the Norwegian Child Welfare Services on the grounds of improper treatment. Directed by Ashima Chibber the movie was released on the big screen on March 17th.
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